Fall 2018 Issue Works from students at Boston University and around the globe can be found in our Fall 2018 Issue. Check out the insights from graduate students at BU and around the world!
The Arab World’s Failed Attempts at Arms Control Typically, while arms races have been and still are common around the world, the governments that procure armaments do not tend to use them on their own citizens. For Arab countries in Read More
Last year, during his State of the Union Address, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker promised to update the institution’s Strategy for the Western Balkans. On February 6th, President Juncker fulfilled this promise when the Commission released a revised plan to Read More
This week, following continued chaos in the international arena, the UN, with sponsorship from CERN, NAFTA, Disney, and Alphabet, has announced that they will be reorganizing the system with a series of reforms designed to “ensure the security and continuing Read More
Prior to visiting Vietnam for the APEC summit in early November, Xi Jinping called on Vietnam to settle future South China Sea disputes with China as kindred communist spirits. Xi’s statement came on the eve of President Trump’s visit to Read More
This is the second half of a two-part interview series with Professor Julie Klinger, Professor of International Relations at the Pardee School of Global Studies. The first part was published on our website in November. Philip Horowitz, M.A. candidate in Read More