January 2015

Reform is Needed to Defeat Boko Haram

By Barrett Browne
Contributing Writer
January 27, 2015

Military force alone cannot fully address the Boko Haram insurgency.

Book Review: @WAR, by Shane Harris

By Megan Penn
Contributing Writer
January 22, 2015

In his latest book, Shane Harris highlights the good, the bad, and the ugly of the NSA.

Learning from the Past: Using “Cultural Topography” in the Middle East

Contributing Writer
January 20, 2015

The United States must take steps to better understand its operating environment abroad.

Using Videogames to Teach International Relations

By Nicole Bailey
Staff Writer
January 20, 2015

International relations practitioners should harness the experiential education possibilities of videogames.

Hamas and Fatah: A Detrimental Divide

By Stephanie Breitsman
Contributing Writer
Janurary 15, 2015

Palestinians must extract their future from mounting violence.

Painful Concessions are Necessary for Lasting Peace in Colombia

By Ashley P. Reaves
Contributing Writer
January 15, 2015

Colombia must accept a compromise deal to end the world’s longest-lasting insurgency.

The Indian Public Education System Must be Improved

By Nikita Setia
Contributing Writer
January 15, 2015

Recent attempts at reforming the public education system in India are full of good intentions, but fall short.

Why a Focus on Internet Innovation May Be the FCC’s Best Option

By Jack Karsten
Staff Writer
January 7, 2015

The FCC should provide incentives for ISPs to innovate, rather than focus on price controls.

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