In Part II of her analysis of NATO’s implementation of UNSCR 1325, Avery Bruenjes discusses the challenges that remain for both Afghanistan and Kosovo.
Maureen Handrahan argues that as perspectives of women’s roles in combat evolve, so too should perspectives on their participation in military conscription.
Alexandra Zakreski comments on Australia’s forceful condemnation of sexual assault in the military and argues that the US must follow suit.
Radha Patel explores what Susan Rice and Samantha Power mean for US foreign policy during President Obama’s second term.
Maureen Handrahan discusses the various strategies that exist to increase women’s participation in the Canadian political arena.
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.