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Experts discussed the climate change gender gap in a recent teleconference.
As part of the Pacific Council’s GTMO Observer Program, Gabriel Beugelmans traveled to Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to attend the pre-trial proceedings involving the U.S. prosecution against Khalid Shaikh Mohammad and others accused of carrying out the 9/11 attacks. Read his Observer Dispatch.
The attempt on Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s life reinforces the need for the United States to support this important nation as it rises out of the ashes of its past, writes Ann Durbin.
Experts discussed Saudi Arabia and Iran’s struggle for hegemony in the Middle East in a recent teleconference.
The head-scratching case of Thomas Erdbrink, who apparently upset the Iranian government and went silent for a year, writes Peter Theroux.
A Pacific Council delegation recently traveled to Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates at the invitation of the Crown Prince Court. Read key takeaways from their discussions.
Thousands of women at the Moria Refugee Camp in Greece struggle every day against the odds to stay healthy, feed their children, keep their dignity, and survive to see a better day, writes Maryam Zar.
COVID-19 will travel pre-modern pilgrimage routes and invoke post-modern conspiracy theories, writes Ibrahim Al-Marashi.
As part of the Pacific Council’s GTMO Observer Program, Les Lo Baugh, Jr., traveled to Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to attend the pre-trial proceedings involving the U.S. prosecution against Khalid Shaikh Mohammad and others accused of carrying out the 9/11 attacks. Read his Observer Dispatch.
The ferocity of reformist-hardline competition to shape the next parliament has dominated the political debates inside Iran and has obfuscated views of popular opinion about the elections, writes Banafsheh Keynoush.