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Protestors in Yemen on October 11, 2011.

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10 Years Later, What Is the Legacy of the Arab Spring?

We asked SIS faculty what they believe the legacy of the Arab Spring is, ten years later.
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The container ship Ever Given reaches the port of Rotterdam on July 3, 2019. Editorial credit: MartinLueke / Shutterstock.com.

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The Ever Given, International Shipping Routes, and Piracy

We caught up with Professor Dylan Craig to ask a few questions about international shipping and contemporary piracy.
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Sesame Street Muppets in Universal Studios Singapore.

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How Sesame Street Uses Muppets to Teach Inclusion in the US and Abroad

We spoke with Professor Naomi Moland to learn more about how Sesame Street and its cast of Muppets teach children around the world to respect diversity--and each other.
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Givens and Book Cover

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"The Image of Christ in Russian Literature": Book Talk with Dr. John Givens

The Carmel Institute continues its year-long series
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Model G20 staff running the 2021 Leaders Summit virtually.

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SIS’s Model G20 Summit Adapts to the COVID-19 Pandemic

SIS students Rafael Cestero and Charlie Estes reflect on the first fully virtual Model G20 Leaders’ Summit.
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Persian script

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“Lesser Taught” Languages Give Students a Competitive Edge in Global Workforce

Department of World Languages and Cultures now offering Persian, Swahili, Portuguese, Hebrew
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A woman holds the flag of Bangladesh over her shoulder.

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Bangladesh at 50: A Nation Created in Violence and Still Bearing Scars of a Troubled Birth

Pakistan comprised two geographical areas, separated by over a thousand miles. The fault lines between the two regions resulted in the birth of Bangladesh.
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The US and Saudi Arabia flags side by side with the edges touching

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Post-Khashoggi US-Saudi Arabia Relations Under Biden

SIS professor Shadi Mokhtari answers questions about the future of US-Saudi Arabia relations
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A COVID-19 vaccine vial.

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How Equitable Is the Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines?

SIS professor Maria De Jesus answers questions about global COVID-19 vaccine dose distributions.
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Flags of USA, China, and North Korea isolated on white background.

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How Does Missile Defense Against North Korea Affect US-China Relations?

We recently spoke with SIS professor Ji-Young Lee and SIS PhD candidate Eleni Ekmektsioglou about their research article, “North Korea, missile defense, and US-China security dilemma.”
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