By Anya Moturi and Lauren Schulsohn LOS ANGELES — Though there is no universally accepted definition of a political prisoner, the most widely accepted one is that of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). PACE states that ...

By Carter Miller and Ruhi Ramesh LOS ANGELES — On Oct. 31, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference officially began. This conference, also known as COP 26, revisited the Paris Agreement to evaluate the progress countries have made towards meeting ...

By Kennedy Zak and Aidan Martin LOS ANGELES — In April 2020, the International Olympics Committee decided to uphold Rule 50, which states that “no kind of demonstration or political, religious or racial propaganda is permitted in any Olympic sites, ...

By Kirian Mischke-Reeds and Carmen Santiago-Ubauer LOS ANGELES — With each passing day, climate change becomes an increasingly dangerous crisis. Last May, carbon dioxide levels hit 417 parts per million, a concentration not seen on Earth in nearly 4 million ...

U.S.-China tensions have long been simmering since the trade war started in 2018, with the two countries clashing over technology, trade and more. Prior to this year, members of the media were largely left out of this dispute. However, things ...

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, ...

“This article is part of a face-off with The Algerian, an online international affairs publication based at The Ohio State University. To read the counter argument, click here.” When scholars talk about political revolutions happening overnight, they usually speak figuratively. ...

Mousa: “This is Afghanistan…Alexander the Great try to conquer this country… then Genghis Khan, then the British. Now Russia. But Afghan people fight hard, they never be defeated. Ancient enemy make prayer about these people… you wish to hear? Rambo: ...

This week there will likely be a terrorist attack in Afghanistan – an attack that, like the recent one that left 15 dead, will target civilians, Afghan police, and/or NATO peacekeepers. In the same time period, the number of US ...

In this first edition of “Face-off” on Glimpse From the Globe, I will respond to my colleague Luke Phillips’ argument against sustainable development. Please read his compelling piece before you continue. Luke and I agree on several points. First, the ...