Emma Lecavalier discusses the uphill battle facing women’s rights in Afghanistan as the NATO mission end dates approaches.
Author: Emma Lecavalier
Emma Lecavalier is a MPhil candidate in International Relations at the University of Oxford (St Antony's College), where her research focuses on disaster relief efforts in complex political environments. More broadly, her interests include security, the environment, and international political theory. Emma holds an Honours B.A. in Political Science and Global Development from Western University. She has previously worked with the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation (Washington D.C.), and as the Vice President of Canadian Student-Young Pugwash. She can be contacted at email@example.com.
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Emma Lecavalier on the United States’ new “bunker buster” and how the bomb may influence relations with Iran.
Why I Don’t Care That Samantha Power Is A Woman
Emma Lecavalier on why Samantha Power’s nomination as United States Ambassador to the UN is important.
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Emma Lecavalier explains the role of the Nile Basin Initiative in calming tensions between countries along the Nile.
Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Lessons from History
Emma Lecavalier on the political motives behind increased spending on the B61 gravity nuclear bomb.