LOS ANGELES — For the last three years, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has walked a tightrope between the two behemoths of the Indo-Pacific region: China and the United States. This challenge has been uniquely his. Predecessors such as Tony ...

LOS ANGELES — From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, the United States celebrates Latinx Heritage Month, but does anything substantial really happen during this time?  From the government’s perspective, federal agencies organize events like workshops and career fairs and the ...

By Adam Fazal and Shashwat Singh LOS ANGELES — In light of the recent Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, the country is experiencing yet another tumultuous period in its history; from economic meltdowns to extreme social upheaval, the current state of affairs ...

LOS ANGELES — On Aug. 15, the Taliban once again re-entered Kabul. In just a few short days, the Taliban took over the capital, forced the President to flee and established a new regime. The world anxiously waited, fearful for ...

LOS ANGELES — The thousands of Haitian migrants gathered on the border between the United States and Mexico have created a stark image of the scale of crisis migration in North America. However, it has also raised new questions about ...

LOS ANGELES — President, and aspiring Sultan, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has single-handedly transformed Turkey into one of the most threatening global forces of the 21st century.  As the Western world was swept up in the chaos of the coronavirus pandemic ...

LOS ANGELES — In July 2020, amid the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, each one of the United Nations Security Council member states casted their votes on draft S/2020/667, an essential resolution regarding the humanitarian crisis in Syria. The draft ...

LOS ANGELES — On April 14, President Joe Biden announced that he would be moving forward with the withdrawal of American military troops from Afghanistan — a deal brokered by the previous administration under former President Donald Trump. Biden’s initial plan ...

LOS ANGELES — Earlier this month, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama made international headlines after he appointed women to 12 of his 16 cabinet posts — an increase of three from the previous nine that held ministerial posts.  “​​This cabinet ...

LOS ANGELES — On Sept. 12, Macau held its seventh legislative election. Candidates competed for 14 directly elected seats, in addition to the 12 seats that were indirectly elected from professional sectors and appointed by the chief executive. Notably, the ...