The Institute of Current World Affairs hosted a discussion on November 21 of Robbie Corey-Boulet's new book Love Falls on Us: A Story of American Ideas and African LGBT Lives with Neela Ghoshal at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace building in Washington, D.C.
Please join us at the Alliance Française in Washington for Karina Piser's discussion about French identity politics, in which Karina will report about her two-year ICWA fellowship in France (2017-19) exploring government initiatives to promote the state policy of secularism and Muslim integration.
Please mark your calendars for our semi-annual dinner in Washington on Thursday, December 5th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Cosmos Club, 2121 Massachusetts Ave., NW. Keynote speaker Fabrice Houdart—ICWA trustee and UN human rights officer—will discuss historic xenophobia in France in the context of current anti-immigrant sentiments. Earlier in the day, returning fellow Karina Piser (France,
France’s law on secularism has been weaponized against Muslims in the country, newly returned Paris fellow Karina Piser told an ICWA gathering at the Microsoft flagship store in New York on Friday, November 8. She was speaking about identity politics in France at the end of her two-year fellowship. Her research explored government initiatives to
Please join us in New York to hear returning ICWA fellow Karina Piser talk about identity politics in France, at the Microsoft flagship store from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 8. Karina’s fellowship has explored government initiatives to promote French secularism and social cohesion in the aftermath of the 2015 and 2016 terrorist
Author Josef Pazderka joined ICWA executive director Gregory Feifer in Washington on Oct. 3 to discuss the seminal Cold War event.
ICWA Executive Director Gregory Feifer and family—Vanessa and Sebastian in the photo—visit Trustee Bob Levinson in Sagaponack, New York in August 2019.
The prolific New York Times correspondent and former ICWA fellow spent decades covering the Cold War and its aftermath.
Keynote remarks at ICWA's semi-annual dinner in Washington.
Do Americans care? That was the question about the White House’s attacks on journalism and the state of foreign news reporting in the Trump era when ICWAns gathered in Washington for the institute’s semi-annual dinner at the Cosmos Club on June 7. The veteran broadcaster Marvin Kalb addressed the topic in a forceful keynote address.