Author: Leonardo Moraveg

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In recent weeks, Omar Al-Bashir, the controversial president of Sudan, has been the subject of protests over economic stagnation and socio-economic imbalances. Despite the October 2017 removal of US sanctions, Sudanese officials attribute the lack of...

Without time: Chaos in Sudan

In recent weeks, Omar Al-Bashir, the controversial president of Sudan, has been the subject of protests over economic stagnation and socio-economic imbalances. Despite the October 2017 removal of US sanctions, Sudanese officials attribute the lack of...

After the Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1979, loyal supporters of Ruhollah Khomeini believed that he would advance the nation, uphold the “true” religious standards of Islam, and successfully transform the country into a democracy. While the publ...

An Inevitable Regime Change

After the Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1979, loyal supporters of Ruhollah Khomeini believed that he would advance the nation, uphold the “true” religious standards of Islam, and successfully transform the country into a democracy. While the publ...

The largest challenge for the United States to overcome in the international sphere is not the lack of influence, but rather the misguided efforts of its foreign policy and the necessary reform of its flawed approach towards the developing world. The...

A “Bottom-Up” Approach To Foreign Aid

The largest challenge for the United States to overcome in the international sphere is not the lack of influence, but rather the misguided efforts of its foreign policy and the necessary reform of its flawed approach towards the developing world. The...