Negative ads may not be so negative after all. Ravdeep Sandal analyzes the impact of negative ads on democracy.
In this special report, Ravdeep Sandal analyzes the impact of post-communist corruption in previous Soviet Republics. The report analyzes forms of corruption, their roots and the importance of democratic transition.
A recent conversation with a Canadian WWII veteran reminded me that truly remembering Canadian sacrifices entails more than simply placing a pin through a hole.
The French Rassemblement National has long been one of the largest populist radical right parties in Europe. In 2011, Marine Le Pen became the leader of the party and started the process of bringing the party into the mainstream in an attempt to get rid of its extremist image. In this special report, I look […]
The U.N. peacekeeping department last week banned the deployment of non-essential Sri Lankan army troops in U.N. peacekeeping missions, citing the country’s appointment of an alleged war criminal to a top military post. The appointment of Sri Lanka’s new army chief, Lt. General Shavendra Silva, was criticized by the U.N., the United States, and the […]
With anti-immigration sentiment rising throughout U.S. politics and society, Emma Tallon reflects on immigration as fundamental to the founding of the modern nation.
With Netflix’s release of “The Great Hack” late July 2019, Tiffany Kwok reflects on the actions of Cambridge Analytica, and how the data scandal changed the way the world viewed social media data collection.
What do people think about NATO in distinct regions of the world? The easiest way to answer this question is to look at various NATO opinion polls that have been conducted in different countries over the years. The United States As of 2019, 77 percent of Americans say NATO should be preserved. This support has […]