Roosevelt Institute | Cornell University

Venezuela Seeks Equity in U.S. Relations

By Hannah Cashen Published March 13, 2015

The tenuous relationship between Venezuela and the U.S. is no secret. But what happens when the government takes action in forcing out U.S. presence?


Unions in Cambodia Abound, But Unfair Working Conditions Persist

By Hannah Cashen Published November 9, 2014

Cambodia boasts one of the highest union density rates in the world. So why is it still such a dangerous place to work, and why are there so many strikes?


American Immigration Beyond the Popular Vote

By Hannah Cashen Published October 24, 2014

Immigration continues to be a hot-button topic in American politics and campaigns. But immigrants themselves are soon lost in the shuffle when policies turn into platforms shaped to glean support and popularity.