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In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly explicitly recognized the human right to clean drinking water, and called upon states and international organizations to provide safe, clean, accessible, and affordable drinking water for all. Despite this...

Opening the Floodgates: Water Security and Terror

In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly explicitly recognized the human right to clean drinking water, and called upon states and international organizations to provide safe, clean, accessible, and affordable drinking water for all. Despite this...

The narrative about Islam fed to the American public by the media and politicians revolves around the volatility and violence in the Middle East. Middle Eastern countries are considered to implicitly support Islamic terror networks or are too weak to...

Islam in Indonesia: Bucking the Narrative

The narrative about Islam fed to the American public by the media and politicians revolves around the volatility and violence in the Middle East. Middle Eastern countries are considered to implicitly support Islamic terror networks or are too weak to...

A new chapter of Mexican history began in 2006, when former President Felipe Calderón declared war against the country’s powerful drug cartels. Thousands of military troops were sent to the streets of Mexico’s border cities, where drug cartel ac...

Mexico and the Politics of Terror

A new chapter of Mexican history began in 2006, when former President Felipe Calderón declared war against the country’s powerful drug cartels. Thousands of military troops were sent to the streets of Mexico’s border cities, where drug cartel ac...

Somalia, a conflict-torn nation on the Horn of Africa, has seen over a decade of terror and destabilization at the hands of various Islamic extremist groups. After the fall of the Siad Barre military regime in 1991, a Salafi extremist group Al-Ittiha...

“The Youth” and Its Reign of Terror

Somalia, a conflict-torn nation on the Horn of Africa, has seen over a decade of terror and destabilization at the hands of various Islamic extremist groups. After the fall of the Siad Barre military regime in 1991, a Salafi extremist group Al-Ittiha...