The rate of consanguinity is incredibly high in the Arab world and has led to an uncommonly high burden of genetic disease in Arab countries. By Rachel Maher, Contributing Writer
There is not a significant increase in quality between the U.S. privatized system and Canada’s nationalized one. By Vidya Mahavadi, Staff Writer
Is Turkey a viable candidate for EU membership? By Ari Kattan, Staff Writer and Megha Ram, Staff Writer
Microfinance is often cited as a development strategy, but has a gendered impact in Brazil that adversely affects women. By Neda Said, Contributing Writer
Recruiting poor Indian woman as surrogates for foreign citizens is an unethical business that should be banned by the government. By Ishika Arora, Staff Writer
How has the Communist Party of India managed to maintain power in West Bengal for over 30 years of poverty, economic stagnation, and voter discontent?
By Vijay Rao, Contributing Writer
Scott Webb began as a Muir College student and now works as a program officer for International Relief and Development. By Alexsandra McMahan, Staff Writer.