This January, Turkey’s parliament passed a series of constitutional amendments that would drastically expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Slated for a national referendum in April, Thomas Lee discusses the potential implications of President Erdoğan’s new powers, and the impact they could have on the future of the country’s democracy, security, and multilateral relations.
Ever heard of Alexei Navalny, one of Russia’s most influential political activists? Following a recent verdict barring him from running in Russia’s 2018 presidential elections, Léo-Paul Jacob provides you with some information.
The 2016 US election has been a watershed for the rise of conspiracy theories in public discussion and policy. Their popularity will have serious consequences for international politics.
Two years after China’s one-child policy was replaced in favour of a two-child policy, Jacqueline Hicks examines what improvements have been made and the lasting effects of the widely criticized population control method.
$6,214 for one cancer treatment prescription? In Part II of this two-part series, Marietta Armanyous compares Canadian and American prescription drug prices, exploring why U.S. pharmaceuticals are so much more expensive than those of any other developed nation.