Lessons from Afghanistan
Can the 1980s Soviet war help Americans understand how the US-led conflict should be remembered?
Returning to Central America
Former fellow Joel Millman revisits his old stomping ground three decades after major change swept the world.
After Israel’s ‘extraordinary’ spring, what’s next?
Former ICWA fellow Neri Zilber lays out what matters most in the country’s evolving political drama.
India’s foreign aid dilemma
The international community is eager to help the country emerge from its devastating second wave of Covid. But distributing supplies is proving challenging.
Reframing the US immigration ‘crisis’
Both the nature and root causes of migration are misunderstood, former ICWA fellow Amelia Frank-Vitale says.
Taking stock of Egypt’s failed revolution
Former ICWA fellow Jonathan Guyer reflects on the country’s authoritarian turn.
Why the Putin regime won’t collapse any time soon
The embattled opposition leader Alexei Navalny is prompting protests in Russia again, but he’s still far from reaching a critical mass of discontent.
An uncertain future for Ethiopia’s conflict
The government has declared an end to its war with Tigrayan rebels, but what happens next remains far from clear.
What some countries expect of Biden
The incoming administration faces a multitude of pressing issues around the world. Here’s what ICWA fellows say from India to El Salvador.
Can Thailand’s embattled monarchy rule on?
The protest movement is entering uncharted territory, former ICWA fellow Matthew Wheeler says.