Staff writer Christopher Magana responds to a recent article published in Foreign Affairs on the war in Yemen and criticizes the proposed U.S. role in the Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen.
Staff writer Troy Tuquero discusses the results of the 2019 midterm elections in the Philippines and the implications of the results for the political climate and progress of the country.
Editor in Chief Mekalyn Rose analyzes a recent illegal attempt to contact an isolated tribe, and the clashing viewpoints over the ethics of integrating indigenous groups into mainstream society.
Contributing Writer Breanny Andrade assesses the legalization of abortion in El Salvador in relation to debates on human rights violations and women’s health access.
Staff Writer Pankhuri Prasad discusses South Korea’s landmark ruling to deem the country’s 1953 anti-abortion law unconstitutional.
Abigail Staggemeier investigates the connection between the annexation of Crimea by Russia and the increasing levels of human trafficking in the region.
Staff Writer Hector Guzman explores the roles of art in nation healing following the Rwandan genocide and the Srebrenica massacre.