Brazil’s Trump: What the New President Means for the Environment

by Meagan Torello In late October of this year, contentious and polarizing Jair Bolsonaro was elected Brazil’s newest president. Bolsonaro

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Afghanistan Should Negotiate with Terrorists and the U.S. Should Let Them

Photo courtesy of Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images By Eleanor Baldenweck Last week, the New York Times published a story detailing how

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Why the UN Needs to Double its Efforts on LGBTQI Rights

by Sushant Naidu  In December 2016, Earle Courtenay Rattray, the Jamaican Ambassador to the UN, mentioned that he would receive

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Leaving No One Behind: A Partnership between the United Nations and Faith-Based Organizations

By Roger Alfani In 1994, authors of the book edited by Douglas Johnson and Cynthia Sampson, Religion, the Missing Dimension

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