Why hysteria about Islam is clouding France’s fight against radicalization Karina Piser A new controversy over the headscarf is distracting the authorities. '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. US 'criminalizing and dehumanizing' migrants VIDEO: Watch highlights from ICWA's panel "The migration cycle: The US role in Latin American migration." Between the wo-wo’s Matthew Chitwood Routine and vulnerability in a day in the life of a Chinese village. 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. In France, a heinous murder brings Muslim-Jewish tensions to the fore Karina Piser The latest in a wave of violence against Jews is drawing attention to the changing face of anti-Semitism. The Daily Beast: Neri Zilber on a liquor that dissolves borders "Everyone drinks, even Muslims." The New Republic: Karina Piser on the ultra-secular French left A student union president at the Sorbonne is demonized for her hijab. Japanese arcades and nation-branding Amanda Brenner What gaming says about the national character. Russian election meddling 'biggest intelligence coup in history' VIDEO: Watch highlights from ICWA's panel "Russia and the US: What Next?" Democracy in Europe group calls for action ICWA director joins foreign policy experts and former officials signing a statement of principles over the erosion of the liberal world order. The curious case of the missing migrants Matthew Chitwood ‘Teaconomics’ transforms a Chinese village.