Cambodia: Refugee Warriors and Economics

by melody and damian and olivia Since their inception, refugee camps have been viewed as places offering a safe haven for refugees waiting to be resettled far away from the dangers of their home countries. This perception of refugee camps have been conceptualized as a means of giving them legitimacy, but as Itamar Mann hasContinue reading “Cambodia: Refugee Warriors and Economics”

Gay Rights are Human Rights

by Melody Perkins Laura A. Belmonte is the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech and is a specialist in US Foreign Relations, having authored a number of articles on cultural diplomacy. “The International LGBT Rights Movement: An Introductory history,” asks readers to imagine whether or not LGBT equalityContinue reading “Gay Rights are Human Rights”