The “Iron Curtain” is Close to Falling Over the Russian Internet and the United States Cannot Be Silent

by Katherine Landes  Last week, the threat to freedom of expression, information, and privacy in Russia intensified further as the

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Three Reasons the U.S. Should Be Paying Closer Attention to Events in Ukraine

by Katherine Landes  In late February 2014, three months of Euromaidan protests in Kyiv’s Independence Square brought a pro-Western government

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Reflecting on 70 Years of the Genocide Convention: Is It Effective?

by Maliheh Bitaraf On December 9, 2018, the United Nations commemorated the 70th anniversary of the Convention on the Prevention

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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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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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