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, ...

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 ...

The housing shortage has historically been an underlying issue across the United States. Unfortunately, with inflation happening in America and with the rest of the world slowly following, this has triggered economic instability. The housing shortage is not new to ...

Since the start of the Hamas-Israeli war, seventeen Palestinians, three Israelis, and one Lebanese journalist have lost their lives. A frequently overlooked aspect of international law during discussions and law-making is the safeguarding of journalists in conflict areas. From the ...

Thirty-five years of the one-child policy left China’s population subdued with a skewed sex ratio, in which 117.8 males were born for every 100 females at its peak. Families violating the policy faced strict punishments; thus, emulating the patriarchy, newborn ...

Yassar Dahbour is a Palestinian political activist who was born in a refugee camp in Syria after his family was expelled from Palestine in 1948. Now living in Sacramento, California, he is a founder and board member of the Sacramento ...

LGBTQ rights have undoubtedly progressed within the last decade. As a young college student at a university located in a liberal metropolitan city and a non-denominational Western country, it is easy to be misled. It can be easy to forget ...

When I was two, my dad took me to an Iraq war protest in Dallas.  Proudly dressed in a white kufi with his long beard, a “war kills children” sign hanging from his neck and me sitting on his shoulders, ...

April 24, 2023, marks the 108th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the systematic extermination of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire during World War I. To this day, the Armenian Genocide remains unrecognized by Turkey, the successor state to ...

For a long time now, the United States has sought to champion human rights and promote democracy abroad. However, this article will analyze how many of these humanitarian responses arguably have resulted in some of the worst human rights abuses.  ...