Two wayward sisters, locked in a vicious dance—that is where Poland and Belarus found themselves […]
Author: Amy Herd
Breaking the Rhythm of War: The Lightning Advance that Reshaped the Battlefield in Ukraine
On September 12, 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that the country’s forces had recaptured […]
The Right is on the Rise in the U.S. But it’s Failing Elsewhere.
By: Amy Herd and Daniel Melia Much of the political news absorbed by citizens of […]
Why Has the Russian Military Effort in Ukraine Been So Disastrous?
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022 was followed by a cripplingly cynical outlook […]
Yoon Suk-yeol’s Looming Presidency: What Lies Ahead?
After a historically close election in South Korea on the night of March 9, 2022, […]
Beijing’s Biggest Scandal: Kamila Valieva’s Doping Case
On February 8, just a day after the conclusion of the 2022 Beijing Olympics Figure […]
A Closer Look at the Life of Theary Seng
The 1975 seizure of power by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia saw an immediate and […]
Mandatory Voting and the U.S. Political Landscape
144 years ago, the United States saw its highest rate of voter turnout—82.6%—in the 1876 […]
The Public Humiliation of the Presidency
On the night of November 7, 2020, when then-president-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. delivered his […]