After 15 years of insurgency and four years of peace talks, there's hope of real dialogue with the main Malay-Muslim militant organization.
The scale of recent attacks is unprecedented, but the anger behind them is rooted in decades-old grievances.
Democrats will take back the White House if they follow a progressive vision to win in 2020.
The attorney general is wielding the Justice Department as a weapon to defend President Donald Trump.
The internet restrictions put in place by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s administration have forced Turks into an online labyrinth, former ICWA fellow Suzy Hansen (Turkey, 2007-2009) writes in The New York Times Magazine.
Newly returned ICWA fellow Karina Piser (France, 2017-2019) appears on France 24’s program The 51% to discuss the ongoing debate over the French ban on the Muslim headscarf in public spaces. She says that the issue is so divisive, it’s unlikely to be resolved soon.
The Kennedy Center’s exhibition of the former president's paintings of veterans rewrites the history of the Iraq war, former fellow Jonathan Guyer (Egypt, 2015-2017) writes in The American Prospect.
Hans Morgenthau took the American foreign policy establishment by storm in 1948 with Politics Among Nations, writes board chair and former fellow Paul Rahe (Turkey, 1984-1986) in The American Interest. But the so-called father of realism's own understanding of statesmanship was "rather unrealistic."
Nico DiMarco has been deaf since birth, but that hasn’t stopped him from pursuing a side career as a DJ in Washington, DC. Tyrone Turner (Brazil, 1999-2000) and Mikaela Lefrak record his pulsating sound for WAMU radio.
Residents in both Ethiopia and Eritrea complain of a lack of progress on demarcating their shared border despite a much-lauded peace deal, ICWA fellow Robbie Corey-Boulet (Ivory Coast and Cameroon, 2013-2015) reports for Agence France Presse. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed won this year's Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end hostilities, but locals say they don't see the peace.