“America is respected again in the world, and looked to for leadership.” When former U.S. President Ronald Reagan left office in 1989, his farewell address was proud and triumphant. His view of the United States was that of a ‘city ...

Last month, Saudi Arabia extended its ceasefire in Yemen, citing humanitarian concerns due to COVID-19. For the first time in five years, the entire country is undergoing a cessation of hostilities. However, just a few months before, in late March ...

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 ...

The number of children involved in child labor has dropped by nearly 40% over the past two decades. This steady transfer from work to school has helped break cycles of poverty and enable brighter futures for children around the world. ...

In early September, the Taliban and the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan began historic peace talks in Doha, Qatar aimed at actualizing a power-sharing government after nearly two decades of war. Following repeated delays and arduous negotiations, delegations from the two ...

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 ...

Sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania lies a tiny province of Russia that is often overlooked. Kaliningrad is a Russian exclave that has had increasing strategic importance ever since Poland and the Baltic States joined the European Union (EU) and North ...

Since early 2019, approximately one third of Polish regions have adopted resolutions to become “LGBT-Free Zones.” These resolutions are meant to publicize a rejection of “LGBT Ideology” and ban equality marches. While the declarations are largely symbolic, they illustrate the ...

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 ...

A recent dispute between Greece and Turkey over oil and gas drilling rights in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea has led the two nations to the brink of violence, reviving their decades-old mutual hostility and potentially fracturing the NATO alliance. The ...