By Staff Writer Jennifer Grundman In 1962, Belgium, which had been granted the formerly German colony of Rwanda-Urundi in the Treaty of Versailles, relinquished control of Rwanda. Finally independent, Rwandans […]
Staff Writer Zaid Mansuri analyzes the effects of the buy-one-give-one business model on target developing regions
Staff Writer Summer Bales discusses new methods of measuring well being and how they can transform policy on economic development.
Daniel Firoozi discusses the magnitude of the problems from open defecation in India and ways of how sanitation can be improved.
With Zika Virus threatening El Salvador’s unborn population, Salvadorian women are trapped between the government’s anti-natalist advisory and the country’s conservative culture. With the strong influence of the Roman Catholic Church, violent machismo culture, and illegality of abortion in all cases, do these women really have the option of heeding the government’s warning?
Staff Writer Rebecca Emrick discusses the recent outbreak of the Zika Virus and the consequences it brings.
Staff Writer Aarushi Gupta covers the future of genetics in medicine and the promise of finding personally tailored treatments.