UNA-USA at Cornell University has published its first every Journal of International Affairs!
In the fall of 2015, their organization came together with the goal of launching an academic journal that would showcase the voices of Cornell students, both undergraduates and graduates, on campus and beyond. Their mission was twofold: to promote the discussion and debate of current international issues, and to bring the far-sighted views of Cornell students to a national platform. The analyses and solutions presented in this journal delve into the past, present, and potential futures of issues that span both across multiple borders and multiple topics, including law, culture, politics, and diplomacy. Review the topics discussed and dowload the journal below.
Table of Contents:
Restructuring African Aid for Economic Development, by Jesse Van Genugten
Why SAARC Remains Dormant: A Focus on the Hindrances in Indo- Pak Trade Relations, by Ishneet Kaur
Reconsidering Rana Plaza: Understanding the Obstacles to the Development of Economic and Labor Policy in Bangladesh, and Recommendations for Moving Forward, by Nina Gershonowitz and Gabriela Markolovic
Understanding Guantánamo Bay: International Law and the Precarious Lives of “Unlawful Enemy Combatants," by Christopher Hanna
Post-Arab Spring Anti-Americanism: A Wake-Up Call to Refresh US Foreign Policy in the Region? by Jihed Hadroug