November 29 – Nuke-Free North Korea?

The recent developments regarding North Korea’s nuclear arsenal have taken the world by surprise. Significant measures have been taken to, at least temporarily, end the testing of missiles and nuclear devices. However, to start a denuclearization process, North Korea has demanded significant security guarantees from the United States and the international community. Despite the lack […]

November 26 – Women Refugees: Getting Lost in the Asylum Process

Given that most asylum laws and international policies are still written by men, oftentimes the specific issues of female refugees are neglected. Many women flee their home countries for reasons different than men: ‘honor’ killings, domestic violence or escaping rape as a tool of war. Yet oftentimes these circumstances are not recognized by government policy […]