Life Behind Bars: Latin America Must Address the Over-Incarceration of Women

By Stephanie Petingi As women around the world continue to fight for their political, social, and economic rights, the high

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Victims of Expansionist States: The Case of Western Sahara

By Chimdi Chukwukere The situation in Western Sahara has ‘significantly deteriorated,’ according to UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ latest report to

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The U.S. Plays a Prominent Role in The Pandora Papers – To Its Diplomatic Detriment

By: Christopher Foran The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) recently released The Pandora Papers, a look into the covert

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The Coming Tide: Protection of the Rights of Refugees in the Commonwealth Caribbean in Absence of Legislation

Image: Caribbean DevTrends by Westmin R. A. James In the latest Journal of Diplomacy Issue on the theme of diversity

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A New Sudan: How al-Bashir’s Trial Could Move the Country Forward

Image Credit: Ashraf Shazly/AFP By Mohamed Elshekh The Former President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, managed to seize control of the

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Wrapping Up on 2019 – The Year of Return for the African Diaspora

Photo description: New Ghanaian citizens pose for a photo with President Nana Akufo-Addo. (Photo credit: Office of the President, Ghana)

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