Author: Cordelia Owusu, 2018.
“With the discovery of oil, Ghana is now presented with an important question: will its new-found oil reserves prove to be a blessing or a curse? The discovery of the oil reserves has given some the hope of economic prosperity, and others great apprehension”
Author: Jon Helfers, 2018.
“Looking at the Afrobarometer data and the Gallup polls, this paper shows that Kenyans lost significant trust in the courts and electoral commission after the disputed 2007 elections.”
Author: Clayton Cheney, 2018.
“The rapid development of information and communication technologies over the past several decades have created numerous opportunities and challenges for governments around cybersecurity, encompassing a wide range of issues from cybercrime – in the form of theft or exploitation – to cyberwarfare between states…”
Author: Jacquelyn Easterwood, 2018.
“Photos of distressed and innocent children fleeing from war-torn Syria have flooded the media since the influx of refugees into various countries began in 2015…”
Author: Peter Marber, 2018.
“The macro case for investing in emerging markets (EM) from Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, and the former Soviet Union always has been strong: these countries comprise some 85 percent of the world’s population and a growing percentage of the world’s economic activity and financial assets.”
Author: Dillan Jacobson, 2018.
“In 2017, the Philippines ranked fifty-first out of one-hundred and sixty countries in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Democracy Index, an index that measures the depth and strength of each country’s democratic structures and processes…”
Author: Spencer Harvey, 2018.
“On October 7, 2006, Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya left her apartment in Moscow to run errands (Smith 493), just as she would on any normal autumn day…”
Author: DeLaine Mayer, 2018.
“Capitalism is increasingly accepted as both the problem and solution to 21st century issues of scarcity and sustainability…”
Author: Rachel Long, 2018.
“Following the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center, the world shifted its focus to the threat that would radiate for the next several decades: terrorism…”
Author: Thomas Whang, 2018.
“In her highly absorbing political treatise-cum-memoir, How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything, Rosa Brooks describes the ways civilian control of the military has perhaps eroded to a precarious degree as the demarcations separating the military and civilian spheres become increasingly indistinct…”