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On January 25, representatives of the United States, Russia and other world powers will convene in Geneva for the latest peace talks regarding Syria....

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Last Wednesday, China issued its first policy paper on the Arab world. The document outlines China’s blueprint for strengthening cooperation between China and the...

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Ah, the new year. Whether you’re still regretting your overly priced New Year’s Eve Uber or putting off your New Year’s Resolution another day...

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We’ve all seen the pictures of the mass exodus of Syrian refugees fleeing across the Middle East and washing up on the shores in...

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As of writing, the Syrian civil war has been raging for more than four and a half years—or, to be precise, 1,697 days. Since...

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If you’re like millions of Americans, you were anxiously anticipating the Season 5 premiere of Homeland, which aired last night on Showtime. I too,...

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A few weeks ago, I attended a cultural event at the French Embassy a block away from Georgetown during the 2015 In Defense of...

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For anyone who has been following Egyptian affairs, this past month’s headlines have provided for a curious case of seemingly implausible coincidences. Coming from...

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“There’s a woman in a long, flowing gown waiting. You are about to meet someone who is about to change your life for the...
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More often than not, disability rights and issues of accessibility for persons with disabilities (PWDs) are excluded from conversations on peacebuilding and peacekeeping in...