In this week's episode of REACT News we explore the repercussions of Trump's election. Caroline Giovannuci is President of the BU college Republicans and presents her take on the election, being a republican on a college campus, and the future of the GOP.
A discussion from the International Affairs Association's weekly Global Insights meetings. This featured episode is titled "The Fate of American Foreign Policy" discussing the potential changes in international affairs following the election of U.S. President Donald J. Trump.
REACT News interviews Ambassador Paul Hare, the former British ambassador to Cuba, on the recent changes in U.S.-Cuban relations and his projections for the future.
Timmy Global Health expands access to healthcare and empowers students and volunteers to tackle today's most pressing global health challenges. To achieve this goal, Timmy sends medical service teams to support the work of international partner organizations and channels financial, medical, and human resources to community based health and development projects.
In the wake of one of the worst refugee crises of modern times, the influx of displaced peoples from genocide-stricken areas like Syria end up concentrated in urban areas for a variety of reasons such as opportunity, resources, and culture.
The world often overlooks Africa in discussions of progress, both good and bad. Since the age of imperialism, many African nations have fallen behind in the game of industrialization and modernization; luckily, this is quickly changing. But despite the bridges that many nations are quickly crossing, the challenges they continue to face are many.
Claes Nobel is the grandnephew of Alfred Nobel, founder of the prestigious Nobel Prizes. He is also the founder of the National Society of High School Scholars. He and Beth Pann, Vice President of NSHSS, were kind enough to speak with us about the Sustainable Development Goals and the role of NSHSS in changing the lives of young people like our interviewer, Raina Kadavil.
Interview by Raina Kadavil with Simona Miculescu, former Ambassador to Romania of the United Nations. First in a series of episodes highlighting the 2016 Winter Youth Assembly at the United Nations and discussing the 2030 Agenda, sustainable development, and the role of young people in creating a sustainable world.