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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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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The Implications of President Trump’s Pardon on International Law

Photo Description: From left, Lieutenant Clint Lorance, Major Mathew L. Golsteyn, Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher. Photo Credit: Sandy Hyffaker/

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Justice for the Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free: Immigration After Trump

Image credit: Natasha Varner/The World By Eleanor Baldenweck  Following a dictator or other authoritative government, new democracies are often faced

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Intimate Partner Violence as Evidence of Widespread Gender-based Violence in the Arab Region

by Lina Abirafeh As part of the 20th volume of the Journal of Diplomacy, Abirafeh examines the widespread issue of gender-based

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Gender Equality in Climate Finance: Progress and Aspirations

by Catherine Tinker and Renata Koch Alvarenga As part of the 20th volume of the Journal of Diplomacy, Tinker and Koch

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