It has been 21 years since the end of apartheid, yet South Africa remains a divided country. Adrian Jennings examines the student protests surrounding the statue of Cecil Rhodes — a prominent colonial figure — at the University of Cape Town, and argues that these demonstrations are reflective of pervasive racial inequality in the country.
What does President Obama's draft AUMF mean for the future of counterterrorism operations in the Middle East?
In February, the Egyptian Court released on bail three al Jazeera journalists who had been imprisoned for over a year with charges of aiding the Muslim Brotherhood and spreading false news.
Alex Davies and Jessie Weber, together with Defne Över from Cornell's Department of Sociology and Joseph Florence from Cornell's Department of Government, examine the intricacies of international journalism and what this case says about today's Egyptian authority.
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