For mid-career professionals looking to take on higher-level management positions or transition sectors, the job market can be tough. How can one stand out above the rest? During a career workshop as a part of the Executive Leadership course in the Master of International Service program at American University, students asked a panel of experts […]
What obstacles will Iraqi Kurdistan face if it decides to pursue separatism? What does the post-referendum landscape look like for the KRG? President Barzani and his government must look inward, first.
To us Americans, it may seem a fantastic idea to govern a country explicitly based on ethnic distinctions, but the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina may show us precisely why that might be a good idea.
“A few months ago, leaks were getting him elected — now they are destroying [his presidency]” – John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org.
The Trump Administration’s foreign agenda for the next four years is easily summed up in two words: America First. What’s already being described as the “Trump Doctrine” represents a stark departure from decades of American foreign policy orthodoxy, putting aside traditional internationalist and moral principles in favor of an agenda that seeks to maximize American […]
As the 2016 Presidential Election rushed toward its inevitable conclusion, James Comey stepped back into the spotlight and played his hand.
Where on earth do the Democrats go from here?
After America’s dramatic 2016 elections, we should be grateful that power was peacefully transitioned.
Media sources often distort the President’s policies, but what do they actually entail?
The Trump administration might just follow in Obama’s footsteps