Recognizing the Patterns of Water and Conflict as an Opportunity to Adapt

A panel of retired U.S. military officials from the CNA military advisory group have joined international organizations inwarning about the connections between water stress and conflict. Water stress is defined as a shortage of fresh water and while it does not lead directly to conflict, a pattern has emerged demonstrating how water can act as…

The State of Misconception

Unraveling President Trump’s immigration “proposals” “outlined” during the 2018 “State of the Union” “speech.”

The Rising Tide of Victimhood

Hannah Arendt connected the political instigation of victimhood with the rise of totalitarianism during the 1940s. Today’s political landscape in the U.S. seems to warrant a revisiting.

The Scars of Development

The Wayuu people of Northern Colombia are fighting for the survival of their culture – yet, their story has gotten lost in talk of peace.