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Congo: No Peace Without Women

On September 2012, a Congolese doctor stood before the world's leaders at the United Nations General Assembly and denounced the mass rapes of women and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo...

The Great Debate: Mining in Latin America

To celebrate the launch of the Journal of International Affairs' issue on “The Rise of Latin America,” the Journal collaborated with the Morningside Post to produce a special edition of...

Extractive Industries: What Should Be Disclosed?

In a world in which corporate disclosure is becoming an expanded norm, the release of non-financial information related to companies’ social, health, and environmental impacts is also becoming...

The Great Debate: Will Mexico Assume Clear Leadership in Latin America?

  In anticipation of the upcoming issue of the Journal of International Affairs' issue on “The Rise of Latin America,” the Journal collaborated with the Morningside Post to produce a special...

Human Trafficking in the Post-Cold War Period: Towards a Comprehensive Approach

Contemporary Human Trafficking: Extent of the Challenge Slightly more than two centuries after Parliament of the United Kingdom prohibited slave trade in 1807—which essentially marked the...

The Great Debate: Is law enforcement alone enough to reduce human trafficking?

To mark the launch of the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of the Journal of International Affairs on Transnational Organized Crime, the Journal collaborated with The Morningside Post for a special edition of...

Organized Crime in a Network Society

The very benefits of the Internet make it susceptible to being used against individuals, organizations, and states. The changing role of organized crime in a networked society demands understanding...

Whither Antidrug Policy?

Vanda Felbab-Brown, an expert on illicit economies and international and internal conflict management, analyzes the unprecedented pace at which the illicit drug trade is expanding. Her perspective...

Demands of Supply

Global trade can give rise to new economic possibilities in developing regions and open a boundless world of opportunity for design and production. The above map shows  the supply chains behind...

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