May 2016

Justice for Rohingya Refugees

By Lauren Watson
Contributing Writer
May 25, 2016

Myanmar can no longer ignore the persecution of Rohingya Muslims, but peace and accountability will only be achieved through multilateral pressure.

The United States and Iran: What’s Next?

By Jacob Kennedy
Contributing Writer
May 25, 2016

Afghanistan is the best place to capitalize on momentum from the nuclear deal and build a better relationship between the United States and Iran.

¡Basta Ya! The United States is Overdue for a New Policy Approach in Honduras

By Laura Blume
Contributing Writer
May 22, 2016

An activist’s murder highlights that the United States needs a new policy approach in Honduras since the current militarized strategy is merely exacerbating violence.

U.S. Trade Policy Needs to Focus on Multilateral Trade Agreements

By Michael Bentley
Contributing Writer
May 10, 2016

A multilateral trade agreement between the U.S. and all South American states could reveal new opportunities for expansion of U.S. exports and stronger economic growth.

Why Congress’ Syrian migration policies should focus on the migrants

By Matthew Calabria
Contributing Writer
1 May 2016

Data, not fear, should drive legislation toward Syrian migrants.

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