In March, the University of Southern California made the decision to switch all classes from in-person to completely virtual as a result of the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis in the United States. Since then, Glimpse from the Globe’s ...

On February 22, well-known realist scholar and R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago John Mearsheimer spoke at USC in a talk titled “Liberal Dreams & International Realities.” Glimpse correspondents had the rare ...

Glimpse Senior Correspondents Luke Phillips and Miles Malley spoke to Dr. Paul Pillar about US foreign policy in the Middle East. Dr. Paul Pillar is a 28-year veteran of the U.S. intelligence community, culminating in service as the National Intelligence Officer ...

Catalonia– a self-governing region in Spain– has always been different from the rest of the country. It has its own historical and cultural identity, as well as its own language, estatuto (constitution), and its own elected government. Since 1979, “Catalan” ...

In March 2014, Brazil was rocked by a corruption scandal that drastically altered the country’s political, social, and economic environment. Known as Operation Carwash, this investigation involved Brazil’s largest construction firms, the state oil company Petrobras, and politicians of the ...

In early April of this year, Chinese President Xi Jinping met with US President Trump for the first time. During the two-day summit held at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, the two world leaders discussed North Korea as well as ...