by JACK HAYNIE, '20 This article is part three of a four-part series. Read part two here. While changes in the technology underlying oil’s role in the global economy have had and will have a profound impact on the future of petroleum demand, the changing pattern of growth in the global economy will have an... Continue Reading →
Slaughter Strategy: On Genocide’s Calculated Origins
by DAVIS LARKIN, '19 One of the more curious features of the international liberal order is the frequency of solemn declarations to “Never Again” tolerate genocide, given how the vast majority of recent genocides have gone largely ignored. Naturally, many thus assume that this platitude is empty posturing. However, cold apathy towards the lives of... Continue Reading →
Immigration: A Path to Tolerance
By BECKY SCURLOCK, '22 Stroll the streets of Rockford, Illinois and you would hardly know you were in the heart of Rust Belt America. Pedestrians bustle past newly-opened shops, and renovated apartments look onto well-manicured parks. Hip cafes and yachts dot the riverside boardwalk. Unlike other mid-sized cities in the region, Rockford has withstood the... Continue Reading →
Belarus – Russian Relations: New Year, Same Tactics
By KARINA HOLBROOK, '22 On Dec 28, Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree to establish a Russian-Belorussian working group to discuss various aspects of integration and controversial issues between the two countries.[i] Russia denies any movement towards unification of Russia and Belarus, with Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov of Russia stating that any... Continue Reading →
CJFP’s Winter 2019 Edition!
Our Winter 2019 edition can be viewed on Issuu at this link and downloaded in the "Journals" tab of our site. Thanks to our staff here at UChicago and our contributors from UChicago and around the country for making this possible.
The Foreign Policy Implications of Gerrymandering in the United States
by THOMAS WEIL, '22 Over the past several decades, polarization across the American political system, at the local, state, and national levels, has accelerated. There are various causes for this schism, one of which is gerrymandering. Gerrymandering – the drawing of a voting district in such a way as to favor one group over another... Continue Reading →
The United States is Undermining the WTO it Built to Advantage Itself
by JOSHUA ZAKHAROV, '20 The big engine that just barely couldn’t. On June 8th, the Peak Pegasus, a U.S. cargo vessel carrying a shipment of soybeans, embarked from Seattle on a one-month voyage to the Chinese port of Dalian. On its way, however, the Peak Pegasus caught word of China’s retaliatory 25% soybean tariffs on... Continue Reading →