By Sydnee Fox // Israel's operations against Iran have only increased Iranian motivation to acquire nuclear weapons and take revenge on both Israel and the United States, making successful negotiations impossible.
By Lake Dodson // A significant cap on carbon emissions without the risk of relying on an undependable energy source would be a literal lifesaver for India. India’s overall carbon emissions nearly doubled from 2005 to 2016, negatively affecting two enormous national industries that directly impact the health of the Earth: agriculture and fishing. For them and six of the world's wealthiest nations, the answer is simple: Thorium Oxide.
By Johnny B. Davis // The United States needs a strategic reevaluation of its Russia policy. Russia is wrong to engage in war aggression against Ukraine. Still, the United States and Russia’s interests do not conflict. Ukraine is an issue between the European Union and Russia.
By Sophie Boulter // When the EU threatens trade wars and the UK disregards international agreements, it ignores Northern Ireland’s unique situation and treats it as just another bargaining chip in the Brexit negotiation process.
By Christopher Ynclan Jr. // China has gradually isolated itself in the Asia-Pacific through its belligerent wolf warrior diplomacy and maritime ambitions.
By Vincenzo Caporale // Southeast Asia wants to manage China’s growth, not be pressured into a situation where it must choose sides.
By Sophie Boulter // The EU is closer than ever and could finally accomplish important reforms. However, this moment is finite and precarious.
By Dayan Reynolds // Regardless of how the war in Ukraine impacts Russia’s influence in other corners of the world, one thing is clear: its stock in Africa is still on the rise.
By Lake Dodson // Despite Finland and Sweden both moving to join NATO, Finland appears to be working far more diligently to do so.
By Jonathan Liu // Risking a nuclear conflict with China undermines the livelihood and prosperity of all. But such a choice can and should be avoided in the foreseeable future.