“Panama is NOT a developing country.” The young sailor leans back in her chair in the tranquil courtyard of the marina. “They’ve got all the money from the canal. People are doing alright here.” A root-choked path filled often with thigh-high mud leads from our spot in the marina to an indigenous village less than half a kilometer away. InRead More >>
This week’s New Yorker features former ICWA fellow Nicholas Schmidle explaining Michael Flynn and Turkey’s complicated relationship – we say it’s required reading in a time of alternative facts.
March 7, 2017 In early March, ICWA hosted a talk on ‘Europe’s Year of Elections: Is There a Trump Effect?’ Our expert speakers on Germany, France, and Holland were exceptionally well-informed about these three incredibly high stakes elections. Here is a description provided by the JHU SAIS video of the event: “After an earthquakeRead More >>