Running to the Top: Investigating Running Back Archetypes and Player Trajectories

June 3, 2024

What do statistical methods tell us about the different types of running backs in the NFL today? And how do these players morph over time?

A New Vision for Thailand: Interview with Pita Limjaroenrat, Member of the Thai House of Representatives and Former Leader of the Move Forward Party

March 11, 2024

Pita Limjaroenrat was the Prime Ministerial candidate for the Move Forward Party in Thailand's May 2023 elections. Under Pita, Move Forward captured the majority of seats in the Thai parliament, but institutional barriers prevented his ascension to Prime Minister.

How to Achieve Justice: Interview with Fernando Travesí, Director of the International Center for Transitional Justice

January 10, 2024

Fernando Travesí is the Executive Director of the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ). He has over 20 years of international experience in transitional justice, human rights, and rule of law, working for both international organizations and NGOs.

International Law and the War in Ukraine: Interview with Professor Marko Milanovic

July 24, 2023

Marko Milanovic is Professor of Public International Law at the University of Reading School of Law. He is co-general editor of the ongoing Tallinn Manual 3.0 project on the application of international law in cyberspace.

Keeping Alaska Native Languages Alive: Interview with Dr. X̱'unei Lance Twitchell

April 10, 2023

Dr. X̱'unei Lance Twitchell is a Professor of Alaska Native Languages at the University of Alaska Southeast. He is a multimedia artist who works in Northwest Coast Arts, poetry, screenwriting, audio, film, and photography.

Tuvalu's Fight to Exist: Interview with Minister Simon Kofe

August 7, 2023

Simon Kofe currently serves as the Minister of Justice, Communications and Foreign Affairs of Tuvalu.

Democracy and Development in Timor-Leste: Interview with President José Ramos-Horta

August 31, 2022

José Ramos-Horta is the current president of Timor-Leste and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his decades-long work toward a just and peaceful solution to the country's conflict.

Indonesia: Low Profile, High Stakes

August 26, 2022

As the world begins to wake up to Indonesia's vast potential, nearly seventy years of non-alignment will be tested.

Space Innovation in Zimbabwe and Beyond: Interview with Ruvimbo Samanga

August 22, 2022

Ruvimbo Samanga has been recognized as an African Space Leader for her contributions in policy, business, and outreach.

The Future of Space Diplomacy: Interview with Dr. Benjamin L. Schmitt

June 17, 2022

Dr. Benjamin L. Schmitt is a Research Associate at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He recently co-founded the Duke Space Diplomacy Lab.

The Space Race Expands: Why African Nations Are Looking Beyond Earth

April 15, 2022

The African space industry's immense growth in recent years is a product of innovation in its applications, a need for stronger control of natural resources, and a desire to join the ranks of the preeminent space powers of the 21st century.

Mongolia: On The Verge of a Mineral Miracle

February 11, 2022

Numerous obstacles lie in the path of the wolf economy, if Mongolia is indeed to avoid the resource curse that has befallen so many nations before.

Micronesia: The Next US-China Battleground

December 6, 2021

For a small country facing issues ranging from climate change to mass unemployment, Micronesia may have no desire to be the center of the Pacific's newest geopolitical struggle.