By: Lauren Schulsohn and Jacob Wisnik NEW YORK — The Biden administration has expressed an interest in reinvigorating U.S.-Canada relations following a virtual meeting between President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau early February. The meeting, which was the first ...

BY STAFF CORRESPONDENTS SAN FRANCISCO — Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to demonstrate a real fear of rising opposition forces, fueled by Western social media platforms. On March 10, the Russian government announced it would be slowing down speeds on ...

By: Evelyn Zhang and Lauren Schulsohn LOS ANGELES — The Cuban Missile Crisis. The Bay of Pigs. Guantanamo Bay. All of these infamous events seem to encapsulate a common sentiment around the topic of U.S.- Cuba relations over the years, ...

LOS ANGELES — On July 14, 2015, thousands of Iranians flooded the bustling streets of Tehran, surrounded by the uproarious honking of cars, celebratory chants and triumphant smiles. It was the day the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was ...

By: Rhondaya Fishburne and Bennett Rine The past year was a game changer for Hollywood. The COVID-19 pandemic forced theaters to close, drastically affecting profits from ticket sales, and many distributors decided to either delay their release of films or ...

By: Emily Lieberman and Evelyn Zhang In 2019, carbon dioxide levels and greenhouse gases rose to unprecedented levels, a concerning development as climate change has already affected industries, economies and weather patterns worldwide. Although greenhouse gas emissions were projected to ...

By: Anya Moturi and Yoran Henzler Though the Vice President of the United States may appear to have little power, the President’s second-in-command plays a larger role than assumed, especially in matters of foreign policy. Up until the late 1970s, ...

By: Anushka Sapra, Noah Blackman Glimpse from the Globe · Trump vs. Biden: A Side-by-Side on the Foreign Policy Issues As Glimpse From the Globe continues its special coverage of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, it’s important to highlight the ...

By: Madeleine Nations, Ruhi Ramesh Aside from the U.S. presidential election in November, significant leadership changes and political campaigns are taking place all over the world. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, elections look a little different this voting cycle — while ...

By: Carmen Santiago-Urbauer and Hannah Keenan Glimpse from the Globe · U.S. Foreign Policy in the Last Four Years | Glimpse from the Globe With the fast-approaching presidential elections, the potential for a new U.S. foreign policy era is on ...