In this infographic, Scott Falls defines the Ebola virus, explains the current crisis, and lays out why the 2014 outbreak is so serious.
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The Future of the UN Security Council (Part II): The Reform Paradox
Continuing his analysis of the UN Security Council, Scott Falls discusses the likelihood of instituting meaningful reform.
The Future of the UN Security Council (Part I): Fixing the Damage
Scott Falls analyzes the role of the UN Security Council in global conflict management and discusses the idea of institutional reform.
Who’s Afraid of a North Korean Bomb? (Part II)
In Part II, Scott Falls analyzes the security implications of North Korea’s nuclear program and addresses the need for renewed negotiations.
Who’s Afraid of a North Korean Bomb? (Part I)
In Part I, Scott Falls discusses the origin of North Korea’s nuclear program and assesses the state’s current capabilities.
The Syrian Refugee Crisis
In this infographic, Scott Falls addresses the growing concern over Syria’s refugee crisis and outlines what the international community is doing to help.
Landmines: The Invisible Enemy
In this infographic, Scott Falls outlines the global use of anti-personnel landmines and the international community’s efforts to eradicate them.
Oasis in the Desert: Security in Niger and Why it Matters
Considering the recent crises in Libya and Mali, Scott Falls analyzes the security situation in Niger and discusses the impact destabilization could have on the region and the West.
Revisiting Rwanda: Justice and Repair (Part III)
Scott Falls concludes his series on the Rwandan genocide by discussing methods of retributive justice and analyzing the present-day situation in Rwanda.
Revisiting Rwanda: 100 Days of Violence (Part II)
In Part II, Scott Falls details the events of the Rwandan Genocide and discusses the international community’s response to the crisis.