Since the South Sudan civil war erupted in December 2013, around 50 000 people have been killed. Additionally, over 2.3 million people have fled their homes, half the population is More
The concept of civil disobedience, loosely defined as a non-violent uprising of citizens against a higher authority, first originated in the writings of Henry Thoreau in his essay Civil Disobedience. More
Following the national elections this past September, German politics came to a standstill for five long months. No major party was able to secure a majority within the Bundestag, resulting More
In August 2017, Kenya held a highly contested election pitting incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta against opposition leader Raila Odinga. With absurdly low voter turnout, media censorship, and claims of intimidation, corruption, More
Portraits have been an important part of the American presidency since Senator William Bingham commissioned the 1796 painting of George Washington that would later serve as a model for the More
The name Machiavelli often elicits an image of cruelty and the mantra of “the ends justify the means,” as outlined in his magnum opus The Prince. It was written in More
A comparative analysis of the rise of nationalism in Europe.