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A woman wears a mask with a European flag design.

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5 Things to Know about Europe’s Re-imposed Lockdowns

SIS professor Garret Martin shares five things to know about Europe's re-imposed lockdowns as new coronavirus cases surge across the continent.
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Viktor Orbán

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Viktor Orbán’s Use and Misuse of Religion Serves as a Warning to Western Democracies

Once an atheist, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán embraced Christianity on his way to power and has used it to consolidate his position since.
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A police rapid response team deployed in Lagos, where LeVan observed the 2019 elections.

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5 Things to Know about the #EndSARS Movement in Nigeria

Professor Carl LeVan shares his take on the recent protests in Nigeria.
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Pope Francis

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5 Reasons Why the Pope’s Support of Same-Sex Civil Unions Is Important

Professor Naomi Moland shares five reasons why the Pope's support of same-sex civil unions is important.
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A man wearing a surgical face mask riding a bicycle on a road in Nigeria.

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How Has Nigeria Handled the Coronavirus?

SIS professor Carl LeVan discusses Nigeria's response to the coronavirus.
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Rohingya refugees in refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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What Motivated Bangladesh to Open Up Its Borders to Over a Million Rohingya Refugees

Bangladesh's culture as well as a painful history of a war in which 10 million sought refuge played a role in the country's opening up of its borders.
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Report Finds at Least 37 Million People Displaced by by Post-9/11 US Wars

Professor David Vine and Public Anthropology Clinic students reveal hidden costs of wars.
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The flag of the United Nations.

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75 Years On, Does the UN Still Matter?

2020 marks the 75th anniversary year of the United Nations. We asked SIS faculty if the UN still matters today, and why.
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Ambassador Sally Shelton-Colby, Distinguished Scholar in Residence J Ann Tickner, Dean Christine BN Chin, Wanda Wigfall-Williams, Naomi Moland, Shadi Mokhtari, and Sarah Snyder.

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100 Years of US Women’s Suffrage and Beyond: SIS Faculty Discuss Global Women’s Rights

SIS faculty discuss the impact of women’s representation and participation in activism and policy making in the context of global women’s rights movements.
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A United States passport in the pocket of a suitcase.

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Travel Restrictions during COVID-19: How Are They Changing “Passport Privilege”?

A Q&A with SIS professor Tazreena Sajjad on passport privilege, travel restrictions, and migration during the coronavirus pandemic.
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