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Apr
23
2014
Women Peacebuilders in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zilka Spahic Siljak, visiting lecturer at Harvard Divinity School, discusses her work on human rights, religion, gender, and peacebuilding.

Apr
17
2014
Is Press Freedom Possible in Pakistan?

Pakistan is one of the deadliest countries in the world for journalists. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has pledged to turn the tide, but recent attacks highlight the immense challenges.

Apr
14
2014
The Pashtun Question: Myths, Realities, and Militancy in Afghanistan and Pakistan (audio)

Journalist Abubakar Siddique discusses his book, The Pashtun Question, on the historical and political roots of conflict in the region—and what the future holds.

Apr
14
2014
Inside North Korea with Ishimaru Jiro (audio)

North Korea expert Ishimaru Jiro discusses the situation inside North Korea, two years into Kim Jong-un’s reign.

Apr
7
2014
Austerity: A Failed Experiment on the People (audio)

Martin McKee examines the intellectual underpinnings of European austerity, its alarming health consequences, and what can be done to alleviate them.

Mar
26
2014
Promoting Resilience or Repression? Support for Central Asian Security Forces (audio)

Dmitry Gorenburg and a panel of experts look at the long-term impact of external support for Central Asian military and security forces on stability in the region.

Mar
26
2014
Accountability in Guatemala: The Role of Forensic Anthropology (audio)

This event examines how forensic anthropology played a critical role in the landmark genocide conviction of former Guatemalan leader Efrain Rios Montt.

Mar
25
2014
Talking About Drugs at the UN

The international community will hold a review of the drug control system in 2016 at the UN General Assembly. This event looks at lessons from around the world that should inform the debate.

Mar
25
2014
Promoting Resilience or Repression? Support for Central Asian Security Forces (Washington, D.C., Event)

Dmitry Gorenburg and a panel of experts look at the long-term impact of external support for Central Asian military and security forces on stability in the region.

Mar
25
2014
Film Screening: Return to Homs

Return to Homs shows the Syrian conflict through the lens of a 19-year-old goalkeeper and singer who puts aside soccer to lead protests and defend his city.

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