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Whose War Is It?

April 29, 2023

Professor of European Studies, William Collins Donahue, reflects on the lessons Germans absorbed following WWII and considers how they affect German attitudes toward Russia’s war […]

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Federal anti-China sentiment is increasingly seeping into state laws

April 28, 2023

In an article for The Hill, Kyle Jaros, associate professor of global affairs, analyzes anti-China sentiment and how it affects state laws. “Policymakers do their constituents […]

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Is Russia Committing Genocide in Ukraine? Here’s What Experts Say

March 15, 2023

In a Time article, Ernesto Verdeja, associate professor of political science and peace studies, analyzes the International Criminal Court’s potential cases against Russia related to two war […]

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Why the Philippines Is Letting the U.S. Expand Its Military Footprint in the Country Again

February 3, 2023

Diane Desierto, professor of law and global affairs, explains why the Philippines is inviting the US to increase its military footprint amid tensions with China […]

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It’s time for a climate moonshot in America

January 21, 2023

Ray Offenhesier,William J. Pulte Director of the Pulte Institute for Global Development, calls for a national effort to combat climate change in an op-ed for The Hill. […]

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Deep in Colombia, a new generation of armed groups battles for control

April 20, 2022

The Keough School’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies is cited in a recent New York Times article about Colombia. Julie Turkewitz, the Andes bureau […]

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How South Korea’s Yoon Suk-yeol Capitalized on Anti-Feminist Backlash to Win the Presidency

March 10, 2022

Sharon Yoon, assistant professor of Korean studies, explores rising anti-feminist sentiments in Korea and their role in the presidential election in a Time article. “[The main […]

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Remembering Paul Farmer

March 3, 2022

Keough School Professor Steve Reifenberg remembers Paul Farmer’s work in public health and his lasting impact and legacy in this Commonweal op-ed. “Paul Farmer’s death […]

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Some Palestinians Temporarily Avoid Eviction in New Israeli Court Ruling

March 1, 2022

In a Newsweek article, Atalia Omer, professor of religion, conflict, and peace studies, analyzes an Israeli court ruling delaying the eviction of Palestinian families in […]

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Op-Ed: Rokita, Desantis-type comments on Chinese influence are politics. We need policy.

January 27, 2022

In an op-ed for Indy Star, Kyle Jaros, associate professor of global affairs, discusses US efforts to scrutinize communities’ engagement with organizations and individuals employed […]