Any discussion about transnational organized crime almost inevitably includes the trade in illicit drugs. A 2011 analysis by the United Nations Office on Drugs...
In a recent statement to Huffington Post Editor-in-Chief Arianna Huffington, Jordanian Queen Rania advocated dropping the first ‘I’ in ISIS, stating that “there’s nothing...
What are the biggest issues your office is facing today? If you had asked me this question twenty years ago, I would undoubtedly have...
The trials and tribulations that Barack Obama has faced from his detractors were recently summed up: “It is hard not to believe they hate Barack Obama...
On March 13, 2015, Cyclone Pam, a Category 5 storm, battered the small Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, considered by the United Nations to...
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Sapphire waves cascade against the white, sandy shores as the sun illuminates towering palm trees. Beach-goers of a wide variety of tones and colors...
First of all, I would like to congratulate the Harvard International Review for this summer edition. It is a wise decision to dedicate an...
In many respects, Costa Rica has been Latin America’s success story in...
This May marked the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. To celebrate, Russian officials announced in March that the year 2015 would be...
36(4) Summer 2015
, Middle East
, North America
, South America
In late January, the Harvard International Review sat down to talk about what went on behind the scenes when oil prices fell in November...