Foreign Policy: Emily Schultheis on Finland in NATO
“Finland’s ‘NATO Option’ Set to Become Reality,” by Emily Schultheis, Foreign Policy, March 30, 2023
Malia Politzer named to One World Media Longlist 2023
The One World Media Awards Longlist 2023 includes “The Baby Broker Project,” by Malia Politzer (India, Spain, 2013-2015), Simon Bowers and Naipanoi Lepapa in Finance Uncovered for the print media award.
ECFR: Hannah Armstrong on Europeans and the Sahel
“The roots of peace: Why Europeans should help re-establish support for local dialogue in the Sahel,” by Hannah Armstrong (West Africa, 2012-2014), European Council on Foreign Relations, March 28, 2023
Foreign Policy: Joshua Levkowitz on Turkey targeting Syrian refugees
“Turkey’s Xenophobic Turn Targets Stateless Syrians” by Joshua Levkowitz (Turkey, 2021-2023) Foreign Policy, March 26, 2023
Christian Science Monitor: Neri Zilber on Israel’s protesters
“Israeli protesters: ‘Traitors’ and ‘anarchists’ or best and brightest?” by Neri Zilber (Israel, 2011-2013), The Christian Science Monitor, March 10, 2023.
Foreign Policy: James Courtright on ethnic killings of Fulanis
“Ethnic Killings by West African Armies Are Undermining Regional Security,” by James Courtright (West Africa, 2021-2023), Foreign Policy, March 7, 2023.
Eve Fairbanks wins PEN nonfiction award
The Inheritors: An Intimate Portrait of South Africa’s Racial Reckoning, by Eve Fairbanks (South Africa, 2009-2011) wins the 2023 PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award for Nonfiction.
Andrew Rice nominated for ASME award
Andrew Rice (Uganda, 2002-2004) and Olivia Nuzzi’s article, “What the Right Found on Hunter Biden’s Laptop,” in New York Magazine, has been named a finalist in the American Society of Magazine Editors’ 2023 National Magazine Awards.
Christopher Ball in Quinnipiac conference on Ukraine
Christopher Ball (Hungary, 1996-1998) is set to moderate a panel on global and American challenges one year into Russia’s war in Ukraine, part of a Quinnipiac University conference called “How the Ukrainian Displacement Crisis Shapes European and American Policy.” Saturday, February 25, 2023, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. For more information and to attend, click
Washington Institute: Andrew Tabler on Syrian earthquake aid
Helping Syrian Earthquake Victims, Not Assad, by Andrew Tabler (Lebanon, Syria, 2005-2007), The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, February 16, 2023