Peace and Conflict

Cameroon’s Internet Shutdown: The Human Factor

The internet shutdown in Cameroon has gone on for months without receiving notable international attention. Ambassador Nina Forgwe reports from inside the country.

Why we can’t wait

What African Americans have to say about Black History Month

Reporting from Venezuela: a Q&A with Carlos Vargas

With Venezuela embroiled in crisis, Ambassador Carlos Vargas provides an inside view on what is developing in the country. 

This Ambassador could be heading to the Moon

The vital role Millennials play in Latin America's future

Mario Di Giovanni analyses how younger generations in Latin America have embraced the challenge of re-shaping their region.

Leading the fight against hate

François Reyes explores the duty that world leaders have to empower young people to unite against hate and violence.

Re-taking the Internet, ISIS's recruitment haven

Jonathan Russell writes on how leaders can respond to the threat of terrorism in the digital age.

Protests in Cameroon bring human rights into question

As protests in Cameroon have taken a violent turn, Tangwa Acha shares what is happening on the ground. 

Standing Rock: a global environmental movement led by indigenous youth