Everywhere I look I see orange. Buses full of orange-clad men proudly proclaim their arrival, surrounded by motorcyclists similarly dressed. On the path beside them,…
South Africa has the best-regulated securities exchange in the world. Amidst a flood of bad news from the country over the last few months, the…View More Hiding Behind the Numbers: South Africa’s Challenges
As military operations in Afghanistan wind down, the United States and its allies must abandon their so-called “War on Terror” and move forward. 2014 will…View More Reign of Terror: Counterterrorism After Afghanistan
The Temelin Nuclear Power Plant lies in the South Bohemia region of the Czech Republic, not far from the Austrian border; its owners, the Czech…View More Forward from Fukushima: Why Nuclear Power won’t be Going Anywhere
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‘Get out you English pirates!’ screams the sign at the port of Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, End of the World. Your correspondent’s attempts to…View More Diplomatic Storytelling at the End of the World
While many of you may have been rushing to get your ‘iconic’ Christmas Red Cups from the hallowed espresso machines of Starbucks, you probably didn’t…View More Starbucks: Would you Like Some Tax with your Latte?
Are the Tides Turning in Rwanda? International donors are starting to think twice about Paul Kagame, their beloved visionary African leader. A recent report from…View More Are the Tides Turning in Rwanda?
What is the future of nuclear power in Europe in the wake of Fukushima? France, the global leader in the production of nuclear energy, is…View More Nuclear Fission: What is the Future of Nuclear Power in Europe?
Populist politicians in Latin America have found a powerful weapon in anti-colonial sentiment, but it’s proving to be a double-edged sword. If you go to…View More Populism and its Discontents
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy in early November, Bloomberg Businessweek published a striking cover photo of an inundated street in lower Manhattan with a…View More Disappearing Islands
On 9 October 2012, Malala Yousafzai fell victim to an assassination attempt by the Taliban in Pakistan’s Swat Valley. The 15-year-old activist, known for her…View More The Dangers of Advocacy: Teenage Girl Takes On the Taliban
In recent years, a shift in politics has occurred in the young generation. International relations and global politics have become a key interest for young…View More Modeling the Generation of Tomorrow