The destruction of Lytton exemplifies the disproportionate impact climate change has on Indigenous communities in Canada.
Despite their tremendous contributions to the economy, domestic workers find themselves on the lower rungs of society and are most at risk worldwide. Why do they remain so vulnerable?
With the rise of K-Pop, South Korea now has the opportunity to wield its newfound cultural influence for its diplomatic ambitions.
The Biden Administration has confirmed that all U.S. military personnel will withdraw from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021. What are the ramifications of two decades of U.S. military presence and what might life in the region look like going forward?
Unresolved Maritime Boundaries in the South China Sea: It’s Time to Revisit the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
Changing environmental conditions and nations’ desires to maintain their territorial sovereignty have fueled disputes in the South China Sea.