Harvard International Review

Current Feature: Organized Crime Across Borders

Nalini Bharatwaj, 37, chairman of a management institute, holds a gun while posing in her office in New Delhi

Crime and Punishment: Organized Crime Across Borders

The Summer 2015 issue, Crime and Punishment: Organized Crime Across Borders, will be hitting shelves shortly. Watch for the release of exclusive online content on the...
US and African troops participate in a ceremony for US Army Africa's exercises Natural Fire 10 in Uganda in 2009. One of the principal missions of US Army Africa is to promote security and stability in Africa. By United States Army, Public Domain, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.

Have US Priorities in Africa Changed: Do Security Concerns Trump Others?

At the end of the first ever US-Africa Leaders Summit on August 7, 2014, President Obama declared that it had been an “extraordinary event,” citing the accomplishments...
As Brazil rushed to build new stadium infrastructure in time for the 2014 FIFA
World Cup, it faces tough security challenges to ensure a safe tournament. Policemen
don riot-gear to control mass protests in the build-up to the tournament. By Agencia Brazil, CC BY 3.0.-br, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.

Dark Shadows: The Threat of Terrorism Hangs Over Brazil

As the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, held from June 12 to July 13 2014, has come and gone, the country’s logistics and infrastructure need to...