This is the first in a two-part series exploring corruption in the politics of Latin America. This article touches on the depth of recent corruption scandals in Brazil. Part 2 will address the far-reaching effects of those scandals throughout the region. In December 2016, 15,000 people marched the streets in Sao Paulo to fight Read More…
South and Central American Regions
The interim government of Brazil, led by former Vice-president Michel Temer, is sparking unrest by proposing unpopular reforms. Carter Vance explains why the government is overstepping its mandate and how the unrest could affect the world 7th largest economy.
Victoria asks the questions: Why is sexualized violence so prevalent in modern and historical conflict? Is ISIS’ utilization of sexual violence and slavery the exception or the rule in war?
They are not quite the Marines promised nearly a decade ago, but the Maritime Tactical Operations Group will professionalize the Royal Canadian Navy’s boarding actions. Paul Pryce discusses.
Will the Iran Nuclear Deal make the world a safer place? Or is it a weak agreement with strong geopolitical backlash? Our Editors weigh in.
The question of the decade: Can we continue to prosper economically while combatting climate change? Our editors weigh in.
The world is your high school and its leaders, your classmates. It’s time to choose your Class Superlatives with this fun quiz. Judge away!
In Part One of his two-part series, Christopher Scarvelis discusses a perspective in favor of opening country borders.
Nancy explores a popular topic: women’s role in UN Peacekeeping Missions in Part One of her series. Have we successfully bridged the gap?