In this episode of IN BRIEF, author Maddy Evans and editor Ioanna Tzima sit down to talk about Maddy’s article titled, “Women,Life, Freedom’: The Feminist Revolution of the Kurdish YPJ.” More
On Sunday, March 28, 185 baby tortoises were found in a suitcase at the Galápagos Ecological Airport. The luggage was heading to the port city of Guayaquil in Ecuador when More
In this episode of IN BRIEF, author Victoria Flaherty and editor Kennedy McKee-Braide sit down to talk about Victoria’s article titled, “Pills and Bills: The Feasibility of Pharmacare Within Canadian More
IN BRIEF Ep5 : Perpétuer la division, affaiblir l’état: La gestion de la diversité au Liban et en Irak.
Dans cet épisode de IN BRIEF, l’éditrice Nour Mohsen se joint à l’auteure Maria Laura Chobadindegui pour parler de son article intitulé “Perpétuer la division, affaiblir l’état: La gestion de More
Despite the adversity of the COVID-19 pandemic, Japan confidently kicked off its Olympic torch relay on March 25th, showcasing its commitment to keeping the Olympic spirit alive in times of More
In this episode of IN BRIEF, author Florence Harvey-Hudon and editor Evdokia Konstantopoulos sit down to talk about Florence’s article titled, “Affirmative Action and Brazil’s Racial Democracy: When Myth Eclipes More
President Nayib Bukele and His Quest for Domestic Security in El Salvador: Is his Executive Authority Going too far?
El Salvador, an Internal Struggle In recent years, the Central American republic of El Salvador has dominated the news for two things: migration and violence. For the last couple of More
In this episode of IN BRIEF, author Mikail Malik and editor Jordan Royt sit down to talk about Mikail’s article titled, “American Exceptionalism and the Afghanistan War: The War on More
In this second episode of IN BRIEF, author Sophie Wirzba and editor Brianna Morrison sit down to talk about Sophie’s article titled, “Conservation as Colonialism – Legacies of Exclusion and More