About Author

Gregory Dunn

Gregory Dunn is is a staff writer for the Harvard International Review. He has previously served as the Writing Chair for the Harvard International Review.

Immigrants seeking to come to Europe often use overcrowded and unsafe boats to cross the Mediterranean sea
36(3) Spring 2015, Europe, Global Notebook, Politics, Western Europe

Destination Europe: The Surprising Persistence of Immigration to Europe

Europe’s economic woes have continued unimpeded for the past seven years, and recent data from the EU makes it clear that the malaise that...
Chinese President, Xi Jinping, with Prime Minister of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev. By Presidential Press and Information Office - kremlin.ru. CC BY 3.0, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
36(2) Fall 2014/Winter 2015, East Asia, Economics, Europe, Middle East, Politics, World in Review

Follow the Money: The Rise of Economics in Contemporary Geopolitics

When the Harvard International Review was founded, the world of finance was far from cohesive. In the 1970s, the lines of the Cold War...
Polisario troops of the Sahrawi Republic which lays claim to territory in the Western Sahara. By Saharauiak, originally posted to Flickr as Soldadu saharauiak. CC BY-S.A. 2.0, accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
36(1) Summer 2014, Africa, Asia, Central Africa, Central Asia, East Asia, Global Notebook, North Africa, Pacific, Politics, Security

Lines in the Sand: The Problem of Unclear National Borders

It seems odd for revolutions to start over something as trivial as geography. However, when protests in Crimea began in February 2014, protesters argued...
Judge's Gavel
Asia, Blog, South Asia

A Proposal For the South Asia Association SCJ

Introduction The first meeting of the inter-governmental South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) was in 1980, convened by the late Bangladeshi President Ziuar...
Americas, Blog, Middle East, North America, Security

Outdated Armies: The Impact of Technology on Military Readiness

This post is authored by Gregory Dunn, HIR Head of Writing 

35(2) Fall 2013, Features

Water Wars: A Surprisingly Rare Source of Conflict

Water seems an unlikely cause of war, but many commentators believe it could define 21st Century conflict. A February 2013 article in U.S. News...