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“Literature and the press in times of great political upheavals”:  this could be a title for my research on the Algerian press during the early nineties. As the 1980s turned...
Reshuffling alliances: US President Donald Trump with King Salman of Saudi Arabia and Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan...
Assistant professor Elizabeth Nugent is the author of a piece on the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage, titled “How the death of Egypt’s former president shows changing politics...
Jude Alawa is from Miami, Florida by way of Damascus, Syria, and is interested in the intersection of medicine and international affairs, especially in conflict and post-conflict zones. Alawa recognizes the potential for targeted humanitarian interventions, and he hopes to study and craft effective measures to increase access to health care and medical technology in marginalized communities. Alawa continues to work with partners in the field to develop cancer prevention programs in health clinics for unders
Jude Alawa, who is graduating this month with a B.A. in Global Affairs and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology will be heading to the University of Cambridge,...
On April 12, Todd Reisz, Visiting Assistant Professor at Yale School of Architecture, and Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, Visiting Scholar in the Council on Middle East Studies at...
The Mueller probe into Russian election meddling has concluded, but the extent to which the Kremlin’s hackers and social-media trolls eroded voters’ confidence in the U.S....
From March 29-31, the Iranian Studies program at the MacMillan Center hosted a three-day conference entitled “The Caspian in the History of Early Modern and Modern Eurasia.”...