Uhuru Kenyatta: Murderer and President?

Photo Credit: Simon Maina / AFP / Getty Images[1]  By: Garrett Redfield Uhuru Kenyatta is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity. He was also just elected President of Kenya. Does something seem wrong with this picture? How is it possible for a man accused of “murder, deportation or forcible transfer […]

The Terminator: Bosco Ntaganda

Photo Credit: Lionel Healing/AFP/Getty Images[1] By: Garrett Redfield Bosco Ntaganda is a General in the army in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He was “born in 1973 [and] grew up in Rwanda.” When he turned 17, he became a soldier, fighting “in both Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.” He was also a wanted […]

Escape from North Korea

Photo Credit: Korea Times[1] By: Garrett Redfield Don’t let the photo fool you. Lee Hyeon-Seo is from North Korea and at 30 years old, she is finally getting her college education at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, South Korea. Hyeon-Seo is just one of a select few who have been able to […]

On the Verge of Another Korean War?

In the editorial by Garrett Redfield, he sheds light on some of the recent rhetoric from North Korea.

Biys as the Guardians of Legal Culture of the Kazakh People

Alimbekova Madina Amangeldina discusses the position of biys in the history of the Kazakh nation.

Kim Jong-Un Targeted for Assassination?

Photo Credit: AFP[1] By: Garrett Redfield It was just about a month ago that news spread like wildfire that Kim Jong-Un had been assassinated. A report by ABC News found that the story appeared to have originated from the Chinese social media site Weibo and then “gained traction” after two fake BBC twitter accounts then […]

U.S. Ambassadorial Postings For Sale

By: Garrett Redfield U.S. Ambassador Dennis Jett (Ret.) and Dr. Johannes Fedderke recently co-wrote a paper that concluded that there is a significant relationship between persons who contribute to a U.S. presidential candidate’s campaign and individuals who are being appointed as “ambassadors in high income OECD countries.” What’s even more disturbing about this report is […]

Dead Man Walking

Matthew Ceccato analyzes the various challenges of U.S. intervention in Syria.

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