Correcting the Course of Libya’s Revolution (Part 1/2)

February 06, 2014

Libya's elected parliament became a base where different factions manipulated other arms of the state. Libya is sliding deeper into instability. The joyous and hopeful atmosphere which encircled the 2012 elections for a transitional parliament – the General National Congress (GNC)...

Closing the Gaps: Nepal’s Marginalized Communities

January 12, 2014

Nepal’s constitution-making process has received limited participation from women and ethnic minorities. With a voter turnout of 70%, a new sense of optimism has emerged following Nepal’s November 19 elections — an exercise in reconciliation and democracy that held the potential...

The United States of Europe

February 11, 2013

Camille Barré looks back at the theories that shaped debate on EU integration and asks what the European Union might do to counter the wave of internal separatism. The EU has been trying to find new solutions to improve the union and to make it stronger. One proposal in particular has...