Past Fellow and Trustee Warren Unna – a devoted friend of the Institute, its staff and members – died on February 9th at age 93. Warren was an ICWA Fellow from 1958-59 and had two stints as an ICWA Trustee from 1981-87 and from 1990-96. He served as Board Chair over the period, 1983-85. Throughout his long life, Warren never forgot his attachment …
ICWA is thrilled to announce that recent Fellow Malia Politzer (2013-2015) has just won a prestigious National Magazine Award (known as ‘the Ellies’) for her Huffington Post article, ‘The 21st Century Gold Rush: How the Refugee Crisis is Changing the World Economy.’ Co-written with Emily Kassie, the article won the award in the Multimedia …
Past Fellow Neri Zilber (@NeriZilber), a journalist and adjunct fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy in Tel Aviv, talks about how Israelis and Palestinians are reacting to Trump’s first 10 days in office. Listen now.
FOREIGN POLICY (Jan 20, 2017) –Past Fellow Neri Zilber explains how the Israeli government is anticipating the Trump Presidency.
Read Past Fellow Andrew Rice’s excellent article in New York Magazine on Jared Kushner’s rise to unimaginable power.
Aside from the tragic loss of life, there are perhaps larger security and political implications to this latest event in Jersalem. Read Past Fellow Neri Zilber‘s latest dispatch in the Daily Beast.
Past Fellow Robbie Corey-Boulet and Alexis Adele report for WCVB5 ABC on the deal reached by Ivory Coast President Alassane Quattara to end a two-day army mutiny, that renewed security concerns in the world’s top cocoa producer and Africa’s fastest-growing economy.
In this latest article for the New Yorker, Nicholas Schmidle writes about head injuries in Football and the use of robots and helmet technology to prevent it.
Police Grill Benjamin Netanyahu on Corruption Charges THE DAILY BEAST, Jan. 2, 2017 – Past Fellow and Trustee Neri Zilber explains the seriousness of the investigations facing Israel’s formidable Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Will scandal bring down the combative yet durable Netanyahu?
Distinguished academic Ted Wolfers’ groundbreaking book, Race Relations and Colonial Rule in Papua New Guinea, has just been republished, forty years after the first edition appeared. Based on a Newsletter that Dr. Wolfers wrote in the then Territory of Papua and New Guinea while an ICWA Fellow from 1967-71, the book is testimony to the unexpected …