May 2015

Prospects for Iranian Integration into Global Capital Market

By Chin Chin Zhang
Contributing Writer
May 29, 2015

Tehran should impose moderate capital control measures to balance the benefits and costs of post-sanctions capital inflow.

The Security Dilemma and ISIS

By Hari Prasad
Contributing Writer
May 29, 2015

The Security Dilemma offers valuable insight into the ongoing conflicts in Iraq—and whether the situation on the ground will improve or deteriorate in the short term.

Development Aid: Challenging Effectiveness

By Prachita Shetty
Contributing Writer
May 25, 2015

The development aid disbursement process must be improved to alleviate poverty more effectively and meet sustainable development goals.

Putting Poverty in a Museum: Bottom-Up Perspectives

By Maja Čavlović
Contributing Writer
April 27, 2015

Aid providers must strengthen the role of aid recipients in international development work.

More than Sanctions: Criminally Prosecute Big Banks for Money Laundering

By Allison Haugen
Contributing Writer
April 23, 2015

Multinational financial institutions will continue to operate with impunity without serious repercussions for their criminal activity.

Recognizing The Threat Of Growing Iranian Influence Across The Middle East

By Alissa Fromkin
Staff Writer
May 18, 2015

While preoccupied with ISIS and nuclear negotiations, the United States must develop a plan to counter Iranian support for radical militant groups throughout the region.


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