At the beginning of this year, we published a list of eight countries that we believed were worth watching in 2017. Here’s our look back at our predictions.
The ICC has many problems, but Burundi is the first country to actually leave it. Hopefully, it will serve as a wake-up call to improve the global pursuit of justice.
Author James Kirchick claims that the end of the EU as we know it may be near. Here's why that is unlikely and why there are plenty of reasons to be hopeful.
Dream about a career at the EU, but not sure how to apply? We spoke with an official at the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) to get you started.
Brexit has created a power vacuum in the EU that the upcoming economic force of Poland could fill, but only if it were to correct its current course.
Stuck between Russia and NATO, Georgia is seeking membership of the latter. Is this dream ultimately going to be fulfilled or will it prove to be an illusion?
Personal story about the importance of having a nationality. Losing it may prove to be scary and equals losing a fundamental human right.
The non-recognition policy created adverse effects for the interests of the European Union. Recognition may be a solution, but thorny legal and geopolitical issues remain.
70 years apart, Syrian and Palestinian Refugees face similar struggles. The international community should not make the same mistake again.
Even though persecution happens on a large scale, reports say that religious observation is on the rise in China. How to address the religious paradox?