Author: Anna Yurkova

Populism and the Social Fabric of the International Order

Populism and the Social Fabric of the International Order

In 2016, Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan got 65,855,954 million Americans to elect him as the President of the most powerful country in the world. Not only is Trump a political outlier due to his unusual business background, but his controversial campaign […]

Strengthening the NATO-EU Strategic Partnership

Strengthening the NATO-EU Strategic Partnership

Europe will not be made all at once, or according to a single plan. It will be built through concrete achievements which first create a de facto solidarity. —Robert Schuman If you know nothing else about European politics, you’re likely at least familiar the existence […]

Iran Deal or No Deal

Iran Deal or No Deal

What’s the deal with the Iran Deal? Political analyst Anna Yurkova breaks it down.

There’s More to a Political Science Degree than You Might Think

There’s More to a Political Science Degree than You Might Think

Graduating with a Political Science degree? Employers want you.

Why We’re More Together Than We Think – The Story of IGOs

Why We’re More Together Than We Think – The Story of IGOs

“More than ever before in human history, we share a common destiny. We can master it only if we face it together. And that is why we have the United Nations.” – Kofi Annan The First World War in 1914 was supposed to be the […]

How Immigration Has Shaped the Modern World

How Immigration Has Shaped the Modern World

If migrants around the world were to create their own nation-state, it would be the fifth most populated country in the world. One out of every 35 people in the world is a migrant; it’s not a new phenomenon, but rather a common and important […]