A history of political and economic mismanagement, paired with armed militancy based in ethnic identity, helps explain the protracted violence in the region.
How can we help students begin to make sense of the current and recurring violence in Israel and Gaza?
Federal support for broadband expansion reflects the understanding that communication is as vital as roadways to the republic.
In the 1960s, the government proposed the construction of two dams in the Grand Canyon, potentially flooding much of Grand Canyon National Park.
Few things provoke quite the same amount of anxiety as the effect AI could have on warfare.
While war is an environmental as well as human disaster, readiness and preparation for armed conflict is more ambiguous ecologically.
Sudan's decades-long civil war has finally come "home" to Khartoum.
The fusion of Buddhism and politics in Bhutan has forced “good citizens” to reconsider their relationship with the procurement and consumption of meat.
Beijing’s hutongs are disappearing quickly. Is there a way create safe housing, preserve historic buildings, and meet the city's financial needs?
Coups in autocracies are frequently followed by elections, which are then followed by new coup attempts. Why do elections increase coup risk?