Staff Writer Hector Guzman explores the roles of art in nation healing following the Rwandan genocide and the Srebrenica massacre.
Staff writer Jasmine Moheb analyzes the strategies that make Norway’s prison system so effective and the potential for transformation in the U.S.
Staff Writer Deborah Jeong discusses revived talks on the controversial Comfort Woman during World War Two and its potential to further propel the #MeToo movement
Contributing Writer Jose Ovalle discusses human rights issues due to the refugee crisis and proposals for how the EU should proceed.
Staff Writer Cristina Hernandez covers a GPS event on “Argentina’s Dirty War” and the survival story of Patricia Isasa
Staff Writer Kahlil Ram reflects on America’s response to the Syrian Civil War, arguing that a policy of light U.S. involvement was not only justified but necessary due to the complicated regional dynamics at play.
Editor in Chief Mekalyn Rose discusses the racial and political origins of U.S. drug policies and their consequential role in shaping the growing opioid crisis.