Declining Enrollment of International Students Signals Impending US Soft Power Crisis

By: Bradley Ryktarsyk Unlike traditional military and economic sources of power that force countries to balance their international relations through

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Sudan at a Crossroads: A Decision For the People or By the People?

By: Mohamed Elshekh Following the trend of Arab League countries normalizing relations with Israel, Sudan has joined Bahrain and the

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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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