All Eyes on Biden’s Approach towards North Korea

By Hadley Kim On February 4th, 2021, President Biden outlined the blueprint for US foreign policy under his administration during his remarks on ‘America’s Place in the World’. In the speech, he laid out his plans to tackle international issues such as the military coup in Burma and China’s economic abuses in addition to commitments to strengthen existing alliances with the closest friends of the … Continue reading All Eyes on Biden’s Approach towards North Korea

Ending the Yemeni Civil War Could Shift the Power Balance in the Middle East

By Rebecca Roth The US is partially responsible for the duration of the civil war in Yemen. But that does not mean that America can suddenly withdraw and pretend that its objectives have been achieved. The civil war has destabilized the region and the country and is responsible for a large humanitarian crisis. The war is no longer being fought by only two sides. Rather, … Continue reading Ending the Yemeni Civil War Could Shift the Power Balance in the Middle East