The following articles were originally published in Perspectives on Global Issues.


Volume 13 (Spring 2017)

How Wonder Woman exposed the Limits of Gender Mainstreaming at the UN by Anne-Marie Goetz

Nationalism and Women’s Autonomy in Turkey by Liza Kane-Hartnett

Libertion of Mothers through Fatherhood: CSW and the Nordic model of paternity leave by Richard Brygge

Jihadi Brides or Muhajirat? Understanding the Uptick in Western Women Being Recruited and Emigrating to the Caliphate by Melisa Salyk-Virk

Real vs. Imaginary Threat: Russian Influence in the Czech Republic and its Security Apparatus by Phil Payne

How to Combat the Transnational Human Security Threay of Organ Trafficking: The Transnational Human Security Threat of Ordan Trafficking – What is it and How Does it Work? by Melissa Salyk-Virk

Freedom of Expressions and Rule Of Law In Russia: A Precipitous Decline by Ani Karapetyan

Weapons of Mass Distortion? The Threat of Online Disinformation by Kelsey Carter

Nuclear Danger inAsia: How North Korean and Pakistani Nuclear Programs Benefit China by Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu

The Great Oil Divide: The Security Situation Between the Sudans by Natasha Louis

Accounting for Trade: President Trump and the “Geopolitical Balance Sheet” by William Jannace, LL.M. and Professor Paul Tiffany, PhD

The Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Understanding Qatar’s Challenges for Achieving Food Security by DeLaine Mayer

Peacebuilding in Jammu and Kashmir State: A Proposed Intervention by Eaman Sarwar

Volume 12 (Fall 2016)

Opening Pages, Table of Contents

Volume 11 (Spring 2016)

Volume 10, Issue 1 (Fall 2015)

Security Sector Reform to Address Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation: A Case Study of Gender and Security in the Czech Republic, by Christine Monska

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Examined Through Ethnic Conflict and International Relations Theory, by Joe Gills

Non-use of Force & the Legality of Russian Intervention in Ukraine, by Marina Mansour

Czech and Balance: How the Czech Media and Information Can Combat the Threat of Russian Cyber Warfare, by Stevin Azo Michels

Genocide in the 20th Century and Beyond: The Difficulties of Applying the Convention on the Prevention & Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, by Ossama Ayesh

Amigos o Rivales? Oil & Gas Export Competition Between Mexico and Brazil, by Giovanni Dubon

Building a New Nation: Strengthening the South-Sudanese Economy, by Tegan Mosugu

Volume 9, Issue 1 (Spring 2015)

Empowering Women or Hollow Words? Gender References in Peace Agreements, by Lori Perkovich

When Equal Rights are Wrong: Are women entitled an equal right to family planning…or something greater?, by Leslie Archambault

He Beats Me Because He Loves Me: Changing the Culture of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Contemporary South Africa, by Hayley Chesnik

The Struggle to Survive: Women’s Burden in Refugee Camps, by Dalia Amin

Empowering Syrian Refugee Women in Jordan and Lebanon: Bridging Humanitarian Policy and Scholarly Research, by Inga Ingulfsen

The Curious Case of ‘Climate Refugees’, by Bridgette Burkholder

Resurrecting the Draft: A Case for More Peace, by Nathan J Cornfield

The (Nonviolent) Revolution against Revolution, by Srdja Popovic and Slobodan Djinovic

Uncovering the Future in Guatemala’s Past, by Colette Mazzucelli

Unregulated Civilian Drones Endanger our Skies, by Austin Schiano

Leymah Gbowee’s Mighty Be Our Powers: A Personal Look into the Power of Women During Liberia’s Conflict, by MaryBeth Bognar


Volume 8, Issue 2 (Spring 2014)

Hollow Gains or Real Progress? The Impact of Gacaca Courts on Rwandan Women, by Laura Odenthal

Promoting Peace and Security in the Central African Republic: France’s role as a catalyst for change, by Livinia Moires

The Systematic Analysis of the Recent Coup d’état in the Central African Republic, by Yuki Yoshida

Pinochet: Victim of his own trap? by Gracia Bulnes

Consolidating the Women’s Rights Movement in Afghanistan, by Dalia Amin

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon and the Global Definition of Terrorism, by Josh Lipowsky

Turkey’s Energy Policy: From a Human Rights Perspective, by Brian Seavitt

The Web of Reconciliation Development: An Intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina, by Zlata Gruosso

Privatizing Russia’s Oil: Case Study of Yukos, by Margreta Chudnovsky

“Direct Your Story”: An Intervention for Troubled Youth, by Carlotta Jones

To Catch A Predator, by Erin Lovall

The Influence of Microfinance On Women’s Empowerment, by Chardonee’ Wright

Despite U.S. Efforts, a Sisi-led Government Foreshadows a Return to Strong-Man Politics in Egypt, by Andrew Apostolopoulos

Has the justice system failed Mexican women? by Marisa Abuja

Japan’s Energy Security: Is a Nuclear Free Japan in the Horizon? by Zlata Gruosso

The Elephant in the Room, by Nour Hejase

Daniel Drezner ties together foreign policy and horror in Theories of International Politics and Zombies, by Joseph Gillis

Volume 8, Issue 1 (Fall 2013)

Defining Severity: An Analysis of How “Severe” Physical or Mental Pain Must Be to Constitute Torture Under International and Domestic Laws, by Erin K. Lovall

The Freedom House of Saudi Arabia, by Amy Newell

Moral Courage & the Wars of the Former Yugoslavia, by June E. Vutrano

Structuring Public-Private Partnership for Reducing Cyber Risks to Critical Infrastructures, by Ina G. Wanca

The Tri-Border Region: A Burgeoning Security Threat, by Patricia Trujillo

Turkey’s Dual Pursuit of Neo-Ottoman Allies and European Union Accession, by Jason R. Cowles

From the Bottom Up: The Role of Civil Society in Challenging Extremism and Terror in a Post 2014 Afghanistan, by Sam Powers

Ethnic Cleansing in Bhutan, by Livinia Mouries

Book Haram, by Livinia Mouries

Abu Sayyaf Group, by Livinia Mouries

The Relationship Between M23 Rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Rwandan Defense Force, by Jonathan R. Beloff

The Darling Girls of Eastleigh, by Cassy L. Cox

The 21st Century Energy and Transition Aided by the Responsibility to Protect, by Brian Seavitt

Volume 7, Issue 1 (Spring 2013)

The Failings of the Domestic Violence Act*, by Jennifer Patella

Food Crisis and Underdevelopment in Mali, by Sam Powers

South Africa’s Invasion of Lesotho, by Greg Viola

A Challenging Reality in South Africa, by Beth Oppenheim

Chile’s Student Protests*, by Guillaume Kroll

Pushing the Limits of the Freedom of Expression, by Elizabeth Morlock

Climate Change Skepticism, by Luis Orozco

Pakistan’s Energy-Terrorism-Politics Nexus, by Tanya Malik

Gendercide in India*, by Marielle Ali

Russia & the Global War on Terror, by Nadia Kostyuk

Mediation During the 2008 Russo-Georgian Conflict, by Livinia Moires

Education of Afghan Girls, by Caroline Dzeba

Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions, by Karim Shanahan

Domiz Refugee Camp – Iraq, by Sarah Hallonquist

Human Trafficking U.S. and Abroad, by Ana Defillo

Cyber Dogs of War, by Nadiya Kostyuk & Marielle Ali

From Kosovo to Libya: Humanitarian Intervention and R2P, by Yuki Yoshida

The Future of Great Power, by Elizabeth Morlock

Realism and Kenneth Waltz, by Andrew S. Bowen

Revenge of Geography by Robert Kaplan, by Matthew Marlowe

Palestine. One Last Hope? by Stephen Cucharo

No to Drone Strikes, by Andrea Valencia

Microfinance in Bangladesh, by Syed Mafiz Kamal

Lessons from the Drug War in Bolivia, by Sam Powers

A Call for Men to Fight Gender-Based Violence, by Ericka Carolina Rodas

French Intervention in Mali a “Just War”, by Livinia Moires

Children Vulnerable to Sex Trafficking, by Ericka Carolina Rodas

Volume 6, Issue 1 (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012)

Proposed Policy Memorandum: LGBTQ Human Security and the Ugandan Anti-Homosexual Bill, by Ariel Mekler

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Barriers to Prosecuting Crimes of the Rwandan Patriotic Front, by Angela Deane

Women’s Empowerment through Economic Development: Gujarat, India, by Hetal Shah

Physiocracy as a Way of Seeing, by Erica Mukherjee

Continuity and Change: Hegemonic Governance in International Relations, by  Anna Cornelia Beyer (PhD)

Policy Coherence for Burma’s Opium Economy: Seeking the Nexus of Peacebuilding, Statebuilding, Development, and Counternarcotics, by Taila Hagerty

UNOLIB: Proposal for a New Peace Mission in Libya, by Jacob Kennedy

The Investment Environment of China and India, by Richard Ro

The Petroleum Economy in East Timor: How to Break the Resource Curse? by Guillaume Kroll

Force Specialization: Meeting Modern Military Operational Needs, by Frank Cinturati

Recruitment At No Cost: The Role of Ideology in Insurgency Movements and the Contemporary Lord Resistance Army, by Declan Galvin

Ukraine: Back in the USSR? by Nadiya Kostyuk

Lobster: Deadliest Catch of the Day, by Alexandra Hensley

Volume 5, Issue 2 (Spring 2011): Women in Global Affairs

Women’s Transformations during Conflict; the New Political Face, by Devon O’Reilly

The World’s Women: Political Power Gains, by Gbenga Emmanuel Afolayan

Women’s Empowerment through Microfinance: Interrogating the
Economic and Socio-cultural Structure, by Sabrina Regmi

Interview with Dr. Laura Sjoberg, by Erin Hogeboom

The Role of Women on the Re-development of Rwanda, by Emma Diaz

Book Review of Women and War: Power and Protection in the 21st Century, by Rachel LaForgia

Interview with Jin In, by Christie Martin

Lysistrata: New York University’s Center for Global Affairs’ Gender Working Group

Volume 5, Issue 1 (Fall 2010): Conflict in the 21st Century [expand title=””]
The Seeds of a Disingenious Economic Conflict, by Everett E. Myers, PhD

Civil Society’s Role in U.S. Foreign and Security Policy-making, by Lukas Haynes

Clearing Up the Oil Curse: The Roles of NGOs in Improving Oil Revenue Transparency, by Russell Karas

Coffee with Peter Godwin, Interview by Marcie Cook

Legalizing the Marijuana Market: A Prescription for Peace on the US-Mexico Border, by Talia Hagerty

A Pedagogical Inquiry into the Social Conflict Inherent in “Grassroots Globalization:” The Case of China, by Colette Mazzucelli and Jeri Ekdahl

Cyberterrorism Trend Analysis, by Ryan Walsh

Interview with Eliza Griswold on Her Book The Tenth Parallel, by Talia Hagerty

The Role of Iraq’s National Reconciliation in Peace-building, by Dr. Abdullah Ali Abbou

The Future of Peace Studies at Academic Institutions: The Iraqi between Reality and Ambition, by Dr. Aamer Sultan

African Women in Conflict: More Than Only Helpless Victims, by AJ Jackson

Volume 4, Issue 2 (Spring 2010): Human Security
Not By Government Alone: New Partnerships for Human Security, by Robin Ludwig

Book Review: Seeds of Terror by Gretchen Peters, by Matthew Marlowe

The Conflict in Kosovo: A Humanitarian War, by Matthew Koppe

Health Impacts of Refugees from Civil Wars in the Horn of Africa: Somali and Sudanese Refugees in Ethiopia, by Kelly Nelson

Congo-Brazzaville: The Forgotten Crisis – An Interview with Isabelle Mouniaman-Nara, Desk manager at Médecins Sans Frontières, Paris, by Linda Bouzembrak, with Helidah Ogude and Imoite Omulepu

Interview with Sarah Holewinski, Executive Director of the NGO CIVIC (Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict), by Karen Duncan and Elham Shabahat

Food Processing and Gari Production: A Case Study of Food Security in Western Ghana, by Anila Churi

Interview with Aaron Cohen, Co-Author of Slave Hunter: One Man’s Global Quest to Free Victims of Human Trafficking, Interview by Ivana Kvesic

People-trafficking and Illegal Migration: Not Just Human but International Security Challenges, by Mark Galeotti

A Policy Memo: Human Trafficking as a Human Security Threat – The Cambodian Context, by Laura Cohen

Book Review: Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for the Worlds Forgotten Women by Nicolas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, by Ivana Kvesic

The “Uninvestigated”: Human Security Research for a Political Scientist, by Michio Umegaki

Volume 4, Issue 1 (Fall 2009): Energy and the Environment

Interview with Peter Maass, Author of Crude World: The Violent Twilight of Oil, Interview by Jhelum Bagchi and Karishma Thakkar

Environmental Law and Policy:Climate Change as a Threat to International Peace and Security, by Sonia Gupta

Chinese Oil Investment in Angola and The Quest to Evade the Resource Curse, by Ethan Cramer-Flood

French Nuclear Energy and Its Environmental Impact, by Maia Dimitrova

Climate Change Impacts on Hawaii, by Henry Kwong

Emissions Arbitrage in the Natural Gas Market, Corresponding Author: Samuel Lissner and Co-Authors: Orlee Zorbaron and Kelly Nelson

The Possibility of Large-Scale Geothermal Power Plants, by Fathali Ghahremani

Why We Can’t Kill Carbon: The Political Roadblocks of Progressing Carbon Emissions Trading, by Russell Karas

Carbon Capture and Sequestration: Possibility or Myth? by Marianne N. Nemecek and Orlee Zorbaron

Book Review: Earth the Sequel, reviewed by Linda Bouzembrak


Volume 3, Issue 2 (Spring 2009): International Law

A New Form of Environmental Justice? The Environment’s Evolving Status as a Rights-bearing Entity, by Briony MacPhee

Political Constraints on International Criminal Law, byKyra Hild

Just Another Cold War Relic? The Fading Significance of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, by Kenneth Duvall

Transitional ‘Truths’: Dealing With the Past in Bosnia & Herzegovina, by Kip Bastedo

The Aegean Sea Continental Shelf Dispute: Greek and Turkish Interpretations, by Alex Paulenoff

Honor Killings in Europe: An Interview with Scholar and Activist Dr. Sylvia Maier, by Jennifer Dunham

Volume 3, Issue 1 (Fall 2008): Democracy

Perspectives on Youth and Democracy: John Wilson, Kansan with Candor, by Tamar Kherlopian

Good theory, Bad policy: A Study of the Democratic Peace Theory and its Implications for the War on Terror, by Ethan Cramer-Flood

African Journalists Struggle to Find their Role in Building Democracies, by Barbara Borst

Throne becomes seat of the people: From Hindu kingdom to Federal Republic, by Dan Logue

Morocco: Challenges to Democracy, by Will Hogan

The Kwazulu-Natal Slums Bill: An illustration of an institutional shift in democracy, by Mikelle Adgate, Scot Dalton, and Betsy Fuller Matambanadzo

Israel’s Democracy: Where to? by Robert Rockaway

Book Review: “A Letter to America”, by Christiaan Mitchell

Book Review: “The Powers to Lead”, byHenry Kwong

Book Review: “Memo to the President Elect: How We Can Restore America’s Reputation and Leadership”, by Justyna Surowiec

Volume 2, Issue 2 (Spring 2008): Global Health

The Intersection of Health and Human Rights: Interview with Dr. Chris Beyrer, by Kristy Crabtree

A Methodology for Iraqi Refugee Health, by Christopher J. Varady and Najla Chahda

Lack of Sanitation = Lack of Education: Creating “Girl-Friendly” Schools in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Claire Thomas

No Honor in Killing: Interview with Rana Husseini, by Lorna Tychostup

Can International Law Effectively Address Sexual Violence against Women in Armed Conflict?, by Rena Kokalari

The Needy and the Greedy: Access to Medication and Patent Law in light of the Novartis Case, by Dr. Maya Sabatello, L.L.B.

Rethinking Global Health Priorities: HIV/AIDS and Basic Health Services, by Dr. Seye Abimbola

Book Review: Children’s Genitals Under the Knife, by J. Steven Svoboda

Health Perspective: Mongolia, by Leif Waller

Volume 2, Issue 1 (Fall 2007): Corruption

Buying Your Way Into Heaven: The Corruption of Education Systems in Global Perspective, by Dr. Stephen P. Heyneman

Corrupt Reciprocity, by Dr. Johann Graf Lambsdorff

The Corporate Private Sector’s Role in Combating Corruption, by Sofia Perazzo

The Defense Industry and the Prevalence of Bribery, by Stephen Wrage, President, TRACE Institute

Measuring, Conceptualizing and Fighting Systemic Corruption: Evidence from Post-Soviet Countries, by Christophe H. Stefes

The Resource Curse: Examining Corruption in the Extractive Industries, by Janelle Lewis

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Revisited, an opinion piece by Stephanie Kim

The “Leader for Life” Governance Model, by Christopher Walker

Personal Experiences With Corruption, by PGI Staff

Volume 1, Issue 2 (Spring 2007): Conflict

A Paradox of Post-September 11th Foreign Policy Legitimacy, by Dr. Tatyana Karaman, Dr. Fred Shepherd, Dr. Randolph Horn

Confronting Power with Truth: The Bush Administration and Human Rights NGOs, by Jeremy Hastings

Integrated Immigration Policy and the European Union, by Sofia Perazzo

Book Review: “Insurgents, Terrorists and Militias: The Warriors of Contemporary Combat” by Richard Shultz & Andrea Dew, reviewed by Colin P. Clarke

Volume 1, Issue 1 (Fall 2006): Development

The Global Intelligence Network: Issues in International Intelligence Cooperation, by Marta Sparago

Mongolia at 800: Towards Enhanced U.S. and International Support, by Stephen E. Noerper, Ph.D

Information Technology for Developing Countries: One Laptop Per Child, by Wayne Moses Burke