By Dr. Scott Duryea
Non-interventionism is a foreign policy strategy that emphasizes diplomacy first, war second. Learn how the U.S. could enact such a strategy to make a shift from its current aggressive and expensive warfare approach to international relations.
By Jeremy Burkett
The alignment of states, and their constant realignment, contribute to ongoing power struggles among international players. Learn why states choose to cooperate with others and how their policy choices impact the level of security they receive from a relationship.
By Kelly Long
Female officers commonly experience gender bias and even sexual harassment from their peers and supervisors, leading to high stress and low retention rates. This can be damaging to the entire department. Leaders must make it a priority to eradicate sexist behavior from their ranks and give women equal opportunities to succeed.
By Glynn Cosker
A devastating crash that left seven motorcyclists dead is drawing attention to New Hampshire's lack of helmet regulations. However, learn why helmet use in the state is unlikely to become mandatory anytime soon.
By James J. Barney
The Supreme Court is currently determining a ruling in three employment cases on whether discrimination “because of sex” includes that based on sexual orientation and sexual identity. Will the decision offer clearer insight to Justice Kavanaugh’s methods of statutory interpretation?
By Vicky A. Bufano
What should employers do when an employee legally obtains a medical marijuana permit or is in a state where the recreational use of this drug is allowed? Learn more about the ongoing and ever-evolving issue.