A Corrupt Bargain if There Ever was One

The Congolese people have recently underwent an important milestone in their history: the first time a peaceful transition of power has occurred in their nations history. This was after a intense election…

Zhou Qiang: Chinese Chief Justice and Policy Influencer

The disappearance of a Hollywood red-carpet movie star in mid-July, 2018. The call for the enforcement of employment and travel bans for court-ordered individuals. The rejection of the establishment of an independent judiciary. The man responsible for these decisions? The Chinese Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Zhou Qiang.

Ignored, Repressed, Abandoned: China’s Muslim Minorities

Recently, a video of a Chinese police officer attacking a Muslim man surfaced on the internet, sparking conversation and concern about the government’s attitude towards not only Muslims, but broader values like…

Tribe Attaché Year in Review: 2019

With the first semester of 2018 coming to a close, it’s important to reflect on the year from the perspective of the Tribe Attaché. It’s been a year of both challenges and…

In Spite of Brexit, European Union Expansion Looks Likely

Nearly two years after the initial referendum shocked the world, Brexit negotiations are still an ongoing process, dominating British politics. On November 25th, EU leaders agreed to a set of Brexit negotiations,…