The threats envisioned by the original Rio Treaty are increasingly rare. But by reworking the text, the treaty could find new life in addressing current hemispheric issues like illegal fishing.
An early test for US-China relations under the Biden administration: whether or not systemic oppression in Xinjiang constitutes a ‘genocide.’
Controversy surrounding Disney’s ‘Mulan’ has once again brought China’s mass-incarceration of Xinjiang-based minority groups to light.
Discussing Peru’s peacekeeping legacy, the importance of female blue helmets, and the fate of the UN’s current mission in the Central African Republic.
It’s not just Uyghurs who are faced with forced ‘re-education’ in China.
The Caucasus is a region with complex geopolitics and economic interests, which is reflected in the wax and wane of US-Azerbaijan relations.
World governments aren’t going to let something like cultural genocide get in the way of business.
A series of speeches have revealed the policy priorities of the new Tokayev administration in Kazakhstan.
Policy continuity is at a premium ahead of Kazakhstan’s presidential elections.
Whatever new policies the post-Nazarbayev era brings, it will likely involve a continued push beyond the region in search of new economic opportunities.