Will NATO change as Europe shifts right? Matthew Rae reports
After the 2017 Grammys, the musical institution has been deemed uninterested in progressing race relations after Album of the Year went to another white artist. Yet musicians are using their musical platforms to address fragile race relations in the United States, and give voice to those who cannot speak.
What do the power brokers in the White House believe? Benson Cheung explores alt-right ideologue Steve Bannon’s ideology, in the first part of an occasional series on Trumpism’s authoritarian nationalism.
Miscommunication between the White House and the public has been rampant. The travel ban has only further exacerbated the battle between the White House and press, problematizing the lack of civility and eloquence in today’s political culture.
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.
Automation, the fourth industrial revolution, is threatening countries with high unemployment. Is a Universal Basic Income Program able to mitigate that risk?