Perspectives Archive

Rohingya children at a school in Pasar borong Selayang. By Firdaus Latif. Accessed via Wikipedia Commons, CC-BY-SA-2.0.
37(4) Fall 2016, Asia, Human Rights, Perspectives

Aung San Suu Kyi’s Ultimate Test

Calvery, former director of FinCEN, attends a Congressional hearing. Part of FinCEN is also responsible for regulations protecting against money laundering.
37(4) Summer 2016, Americas, Asia, Economics, North America, Perspectives, Security

Lifestyles of the Rich and Infamous: Confronting Dirty Money in US Real Estate

A pro-Russian soldier stands next to a tank in Perevalne, Ukraine on March 14, 2014. Photo credit: AP Images.
37(4) Fall 2016, Analysis, Eastern Europe, Europe, Perspectives, Security

Russia and the West: Russia’s Recent Assertiveness, Western Response, and What the Future May Hold

Education, Europe, Human Rights, Perspectives, Science & Technology

A Blueprint for Pro-Peace Innovation

Traffic congestion in Accra, Ghana, one of the Millennium Cities Initiative's focus areas. Photo by Susan Blaustein.
37(4) Summer 2016, Africa, Education, Health, Perspectives, Politics

One Path Toward Effective Global Development: Learning from Those with the Most at Stake

A man prepares to vote in elections in Kyiv in 2015. Photo by Sandro Weltin for the Council of Europe. CC BY-ND 2.0.
Analysis, Eastern Europe, Europe, Perspectives, Politics

Ukraine Introduces State Financing for Political Parties: A Promising Reform or Cosmetic Change?

37(3) Spring 2016, Analysis, Middle East, North America, Perspectives, Politics, Security

Breaking the Cycle of Terror: Democratic Alternative

Americas, Analysis, Blog, Economics, Perspectives, Politics, South America

The Three Speeds of the Venezuelan Crisis

Analysis, Eastern Europe, Europe, Perspectives, Politics, Security

Why the EU Should Decouple Sanctions Against Russia from the Minsk Agreements

A young girl holds the South Sudanese flag. Photo by Timothy McKulka/USAID.
Africa, Analysis, Central Africa, Eastern Africa, Perspectives, Politics

To Guarantee Peace in South Sudan, Truth and Reconciliation is the Way Forward