By: Hannah Styffe
Following Rula Ghani condemnation of the burqa, Hannah Styffe argues how Afghanistan’s first lady is making a political stance, covering much more than the debate over appropriate attire.
Hannah Styffe examines forced labour in Uzbekistan and its relations to the country’s booming cotton industry.
Hannah Styffe examines Zimbabwe’s shaky political landscape and the consequences derived from Mugabe’s unchecked fiscal privileges.
Hannah Styffe reflects on the tragic event which took place in the nation’s capital, and why it should make us all feel more grateful for being Canadian.
Hannah Styffe explains how the violence projected by IS mirrors similar political structures around the world.
In her latest article, Hannah Styffe weighs in on the debate over Canada’s involvement in Iraq and Syria.
In her latest article, Hannah Styffe examines how the fall from grace of Uzbekistan’s first daughter offers a rare insight of the inner workings of one of the world’s most secretive states.
Hannah Styffe sits down with Dr. Stéfanie von Hlatky to discuss the role of women today within Canadian security and defence industries.
Hannah Styffe argues why allowing female soldiers in the U.S. army the opportunity to fight on the front lines is long overdue.