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.
Contributing Writer Ami Bhakta proposes educational initiatives to end female genital cutting in Sierra Leone.
Staff Writer Mekalyn Rose discusses the effectiveness of illicit drug decriminalization and treatment plans implemented in Portugal.
Staff Writer Madisen Ro analyzes the potential consequences of increasing presidential power in China and the signs of a political shift towards authoritarianism
Staff Writer Cailen Rodriguez reports on a UCSD event, where speakers discuss U.S. policy on North Korea.
Staff Writer Sneha Naren reports on the discussion over Israeli settlements and annexation of Jerusalem at I-House’s Global Forum