France’s experience with terrorism has upended conceptions about free speech Karina Piser As secularism and Charlie Hebdo become sacred, any criticism of the Republic is considered a threat. Realpolitik in rural China Matthew Chitwood What Chinese villagers think about a looming trade war. Democracy in Europe group calls on NATO to protect democratic institutions ICWA director joins foreign policy experts and former officials ahead of the alliance’s summit. US 'criminalizing and dehumanizing' migrants Watch highlights from ICWA's panel "The migration cycle: The US role in Latin American migration." Does an ‘ultra-right’ vigilante group reflect the French national mood? Karina Piser Reaction to a terrorist threat may be another example of the right-wing wave sweeping Europe. The New Republic: Matt Chitwood on rural Chinese attitudes toward the US As Washington launches a trade war with Beijing, China's farmers see US tariffs as an act of aggression. Why hysteria about Islam is clouding France’s fight against radicalization Karina Piser A new controversy over the headscarf is distracting the authorities. World Policy Journal: Amelia Frank-Vitale on Hondurans returning home Snapshots of life after deportation. 'Reactionary imperialist' ICWA fellow interviews Chinese communist convert in 1949 ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT A leading China scholar, Doak Barnett played a critical role in the Nixon-Kissinger opening to China. Violence and displacement under Boko Haram Onyinye Edeh Four years after the Chibok kidnapping, little has been done to to protect Nigerians from a militant group that is upending life for millions. Rolling Stone: 'This is not about policy, this is about right and wrong.' Pramila Jayapal on immigration. Between the wo-wo’s Matthew Chitwood Routine and vulnerability in a day in the life of a Chinese village.