From Regime to Revolution: What Iran’s Uprising Could Entail for its Economy

By Christina Grossen and Alli Risewick Iranians have taken to the streets to demand what many in the Islamic republic

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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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Global Islamophobia: China, India, and Beyond

By Mohamed Elshekh State-sponsored persecution and unlawful vigilantism characterize the sociopolitical conditions of many Muslim minority communities. The French Senate’s

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