Citizenship is something that many people take for granted, assuming that the rights and sense of belonging afforded by it are permanent and unlikely to change. Though countries can revoke citizenship, it is often a measure of last resort and ...

For many Asian Americans, boba is a popular drink of choice. Boba, a tea-based drink with tapioca pearls, has become an iconic item in Asian American culture. The drink is often discussed in the popular Facebook group “Subtle Asian Traits” ...

The United Nations is an organization whose finances are rarely in the realm of concern for the general public. An organization committed to serving the functions of its various branches, missions and philanthropic endeavors, the financial crisis of the UN ...

On November 4, 2020, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed accused the Tigray People’s Liberation Front of attacking a government military base and attempting to steal artillery and other weapons. He subsequently launched an offensive, and since then Ethiopia’s Tigray region ...

Glimpse from the Globe · The First 100 Days: Biden’s Positive Transatlantic Outlook “America is back!” This declaration, made by President Joe Biden, was announced at the Munich Security Conference. After just two months in office, Biden has already been ...

By: William Lewallen As we entered into the new year, vaccine roll-outs across the world served as a source of hope for many, a light at the end of a very long tunnel. So how is it then, that Britain, ...

Glimpse from the Globe · The First 100 Days: Biden and the “Trump of the Tropics” — A New Era of U.S.-Brazil Relations Since his inauguration in January 2019, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been a close emulator of former ...

This past September, Yoshihide Suga became the 64th Japanese Prime Minister, following the resignation of Shinzo Abe, who left the position in August due to an illness. The Japanese have the oldest monarchy in the world, with the line of ...

On February 1, the Tatmadaw, Myanmar’s military, took power and detained the country’s civilian leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and numerous other politicians in their homes. The coup d’etat resumes full military rule in the nation after a period of ...

Glimpse from the Globe · The First 100 Days: Samantha Power and a New Chapter for USAID The past four years of an “America First” agenda have hurt the United States’ credibility and capacity to accomplish overseas policy goals. An ...