Eight Letters
"Eight Letters" by Julia Pereira
Children and Theatre of the Oppressed
"Children and Theatre of the Oppressed" by Maija Rivenburg
Paris: A Global City and Its Immigrants
"Paris: A Global City and Its Immigrants" by Lucy Lyford
The Eye in the Sky
"The Eye in the Sky" by Tyler Cole
Border Patrol
"Border Patrol’s Not-So-Secret: the Normalized Abuse of Migrant Women on the U.S.-Mexico Border" by Valeria Vera

This Issue

Editors' Introductions

Students introduce the first issue of the International Affairs Review.

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Paris: A Global City and Its Immigrants

by Lucy Lyford

Immigrants in Paris contribute immensely to the economic and infrastructural operations of the city. Yet their experiences are seldom comparable to the native population.

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Children and Theatre of the Oppressed

by Maija Rivenburg

Join the author on a journey to Uganda as she works to build community and ensure the rights of school children through the medium of participatory theater.

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The Eye in the Sky

by Tyler Cole

Drones are the new weapon of choice for the United States military. But what are the human rights implications of their use against suspected terrorists?

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Eight Letters

photos by Julia Pereira

There are few opportunities for social mobility and quality education for Lebanon’s 400,000 Palestinian refugees. This photo essay documents the lives and experiences of refugees living close to their ancestral homeland.

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Border Patrol’s Not-So-Secret: the Normalized Abuse of Migrant Women on the U.S.-Mexico Border

by Valeria Vera

The aim of the United States Border Patrol is to prevent terrorists, weapons, and illegal immigrants from crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Now heavily militarized, is the Border Patrol out of control?