“Today we decided that only we . . . can decide who we want to live with.” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared this in his celebratory speech after a national referendum resulted in Hungary rejecting European Union (EU) migration quotas. Though the decision was not legally binding, Orbán declared […]
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By: Isabelle Hazel ’15 The idea of accountability is increasingly becoming integrated into the dialogues of international development and humanitarian assistance organizations. When assessing this topic, there are a number of scholars and professionals working in the field of international development and crisis management who utilize the United Nations as […]
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In light of the recent attacks in Paris, Beirut, and Baghdad, the discussion surrounding the term radical Islamic terrorism has been enlivened with a newfound sense of urgency. In the November 14th Democratic debate, the candidates were asked point blank whether they would describe the War on Terror as a […]
By Rachel Furlow With the global community still reeling over the recent Daesh (ISIS) attacks on Paris, Beirut and Baghdad, world leaders now face the harsh reality that the current military strategy, or lack thereof, for containing Daesh has failed. Although the group has lost large swaths of land in […]
On Monday, September 21, 2015, The Globe hosted former BBC Journalist Tom Carver. Mr. Carver shared highlights of his experience reporting on international events and offered advice to young journalist who would like to pursue international reporting.