Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s official state visit in June 2023 saw a surge of thousands of South Asians flooding the nation’s capital. Some rallied in strong support of the controversial leader; others seized his visit as an opportunity to protest ...

2024 marks the tenth anniversary and the conclusion of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) #IBelong Campaign, a decade-long push to resolve statelessness around the globe. Although statelessness can seem like a simple phenomenon, it is, in reality, ...

Generational Gap in Religious AffiliationGrowing up Catholic and attending a private Catholic school from kindergarten to 8th grade, I was sheltered and confined to the little bubble of an environment that I knew. With a graduating class of only 15 ...

Over the last decade, the Syrian Civil War has displaced over half of Syria’s population, with more than 3.5 million people seeking refuge in the neighboring country of Turkey. Turkey has taken in more Syrian refugees than any other country, ...

As the U.S. presidential election draws closer to its Nov 5 deadline, campaigns are on, candidates trade barbs and citizens on all sides rally or succumb to existential dread. There is undeniably a lot at stake for this election; domestic ...

Electronics have become an indispensable part of daily life for most of the world. People pick up their electronic devices without thinking twice, and often without purpose. One key element of these electronics is microchips, also known as semiconductors. Semiconductors ...

On April 27, 2023, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an executive decree stating Russia would deport all Ukrainian citizens who did not accept a Russian passport by July 1, 2024. The President declared that whoever did not follow this policy ...

If you Google the president of El Salvador, you would be greeted by images of a young man wearing aviators, a bomber jacket and a backwards baseball cap. That man is Nayib Bukele, the so-called “millennial authoritarian” of El Salvador. ...

“Only Koreans are allowed because our employees are not able to communicate in English. It is not racist. Sorry. Please be generous about it,” reads a sign outside a bar in Hongdae—one of Seoul’s most popular neighborhoods for foreigners.  Discrimination ...

Background of the War In July of 2011, South Sudan became independent from Sudan and to this day, it is one of the youngest countries in Africa. The country has long been characterized by having various ethnic groups, cultures and ...