The “Iron Curtain” is Close to Falling Over the Russian Internet and the United States Cannot Be Silent

by Katherine Landes  Last week, the threat to freedom of expression, information, and privacy in Russia intensified further as the

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Reflecting on 70 Years of the Genocide Convention: Is It Effective?

by Maliheh Bitaraf On December 9, 2018, the United Nations commemorated the 70th anniversary of the Convention on the Prevention

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Afghanistan Should Negotiate with Terrorists and the U.S. Should Let Them

Photo courtesy of Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images By Eleanor Baldenweck Last week, the New York Times published a story detailing how

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Leaving No One Behind: A Partnership between the United Nations and Faith-Based Organizations

By Roger Alfani In 1994, authors of the book edited by Douglas Johnson and Cynthia Sampson, Religion, the Missing Dimension

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