Globally, the share of women represented in government is rising. In 2018, the number of female ministers in the world reached a peak of 20.7%, meaning that out of the 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
Since February 8th, sporadic episodes of violence have unfolded in Somalia following inconclusive negotiations between the federal government and regional states about holding a presidential election. This comes after the More
On February 8th, the Thai Raksa Chart (TRC) party made an unexpected announcement that Princess Ubolratana would stand as the party’s candidate for the office of prime minister. Before anyone More
Reading our journal’s year in review article, one may get the impression that we live in turbulent times. The prospects for our liberal order have remained uncertain, in line with More
Recent Escalation of Violence On 25 August 2017, renewed violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state led to the exodus of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya civilians from their homes. The crackdown More