Alexandra Zakreski on why women in Turkey have been particularly active in the Taksim Square protests.
Emma Lecavalier on why Samantha Power’s nomination as United States Ambassador to the UN is important.
Radha Patel explores what Susan Rice and Samantha Power mean for US foreign policy during President Obama’s second term.
In the past year there has been an influx of reports on a supposed “rape culture” within the United States military. Female soldiers have come forward in large numbers alleging that they experienced sexual harassment, assault, and even repeated rape at the hands of their male colleagues and superiors.
Women in Libya are at an important crossroads. They have emerged from the repressive Gaddafi era with renewed representation in the Libyan political sphere. There is no guarantee, however, that gains made since the NATO intervention in 2011 will endure.