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COVID-19 vaccination drive for medical personnel in Banyumas, Indonesia.

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Global Herd Immunity Remains Out of Reach Because of Inequitable Vaccine Distribution

The high costs of the world's colossally unequal COVID-19 immunization rates.
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Tanzania national flag pattern on medical mask on black wooden background.

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Overcoming Denialism from the Top: Tanzania’s COVID-19 Response

We spoke with SIS professor Nina Yamanis about the challenges and adaptations made by local health officials in Tanzania working to contain and manage COVID-19 despite denialism and a limited national government-led response.
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American University #1 in Boren Fellows; SIS Recognizes 11 Boren Award Winners

American University is first in the nation for graduate students who received the prestigious Boren Fellowship in 2021.
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Hands holding Israel and Palestine flags on a concrete background with shadows.

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Both Israel and Hamas Are Aiming to Look Strong, Instead of Finding a Way Out of Their Endless War

In most wars, each side's aggression is meant to get the other side to back down. But that's not the case with how Israeli and Palestinian leaders have conducted their long-running war.
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African community leaders take part in a virtual exchange via Zoom.

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SIS Faculty Facilitate Exchange on Countering Violent Extremism with African Leaders

Nineteen African community leaders took part in a virtual visit to the US and were introduced to US programs that counter violent extremism.
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Mikhail Katkov and the Great Russian Novel

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Susanne Fusso talk on "Dostoevsky's Literary Partnership with Editor Mikhail Katkov"

The Carmel Institute continues its year-long series
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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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