The United States-China Relationship: Power Transition in the 21st Century
Life after graduation: Perspectives from two award winning Political Science graduates
Tanya De Mello (BA ’02) is the winner of the 2011 Faculty of Arts Young Alumni Award, which recognizes young alumni who have made outstanding contributions to their professional field, in the community and in public service. Tanya was also valedictorian of her graduating class.
Uprisings in the Arab World and Prospects for Democratic Change
Undoubtedly, the most dramatic political development of the year has been the uprisings that sparked across the Arab world. While the uprisings have developed very differently in different countries, there is one thing that can be said with certitude: the Middle East will never be the same. From the euphoria that followed the fall of Mubarak, to the escalating violence spreading throughout Syria, and everything in between, new realities require urgent changes in our policies.
Lives in Limbo – Lessons from Kashmir’s ‘Half Widows’
Half Widows are women whose husbands have ‘disappeared’ in Kashmir but have not yet been declared deceased. Disappearances in Kashmir have recently made headlines again after a Kashmiri Government agency’s disclosure of “mass graves” in the Indian-administered Kashmir Valley.