On the Lowy Institute’s blog Sean Dorney has three excellent blog posts on the recent election in Papua New Guinea.
At first, Kenya’s recent elections were praised by international observers as free and fair. Then, on September 1st, the country’s Supreme Court overturned the result. Helen Epstein explores this unusual turn of events.
Katherine Joyce writes for Pacific Standard magazine about the global debate over contraceptives — and the women whose voices are missing from this debate.
Many refugees, after resettling in countries like Canada and the UK, seek to begin working again in their professional fields. A pilot project assisting refugees to recommence their careers as journalists reveals some of the hurdles they face.
What’s been happening with the peace process in Colombia? This is an interesting update, focusing on former FARC militants and the new, uncertain world that awaits them.
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