By Samuel Hagood, University of Chicago Today, many machines complete tasks that used to require human intelligence. These machines, known as artificial intelligence or AI, streamline our lives by finding the quickest route through traffic and the best results for our searches. AI can recognize our words and our faces.
By Seth Poling, University of Chicago Since taking office, the Biden administration has crafted a foreign policy agenda for the People’s Republic of China that is realistic about the relationship between the two countries. Patricia Kim of the Brookings Institution calls this U.S. perspective “clear-eyed.”1 Top officials
By Sihan Ren, University of Toronto What causes migration to the US from the past to present day? This article attempts to explain the continued Latin American migration to the United States through the lens of historical-structural theories. By comparing Mexico’s Bracero program and the present day, a broader
By Bosco Hung The far-right is on the rise in France. French president Emmanuel Macron won a second presidential term in April, but far-right nationalist candidate Marine Le Pen captured a surprisingly high share of votes, coming in at 41%. The amount of support for far-right candidates has grown significantly
Image available at: https://cisac.fsi.stanford.edu/mappingmilitants/profiles/revolutionary-armed-forces-colombia-farc By Treyton Zanutto- Texas A&M ’22 1. Introduction Sanctions are an important and increasingly common part of the modern globalized world. The importance of sanctions has become more evident as the western world has responded to the
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By Sophie Polgar, UNC 2022 Since rising to power, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has secured his position as an authoritarian dictator. He has expanded the institutions under his control, allowing them to exercise sweeping powers over the population without checks or balances. These state institutions act legally but