Author: Jackson McGlinchey On November 4, Saad Hariri, the Prime Minister of Lebanon, announced his resignation live on TV. This … Continue reading A Saad Departure: Hariri’s Resignation and What it Could Signal for the Middle East
Hemispheres, The Tufts Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs, one of the oldest undergraduate journals in the field, is now accepting … Continue reading Now Accepting Submissions for the 2018 Edition!
The 31 one-year old campaigned on closing Austria’s Borders and implementing other Far Right policies. Author: Ashrita Rau On Sunday … Continue reading Editorial: Austria’s New Leader Came to Power on Anti-Refugee Sentiment
(Editor’s Note: This article kicks off our 2017-2018 online editorial submissions! Feel free to submit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org) Author: Doug … Continue reading Editorial: You Can’t Buy Peace: The US’s Flawed Foreign Aid Strategy in Afghanistan
We’re proud to present our 2017 Journal: The Global Commons! Please head over to the current issue section of our … Continue reading 2017 Journal
Another excellent paper we received, “Islamists for Democracy: Explaining Ennahda’s Democratizing Role in Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution” is from Shawn Patterson, … Continue reading Democracy in Tunisia
As a lead up to our journal publication in April Hemispheres will be featuring some of the excellent submissions for … Continue reading The Failure of Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia