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SIS Names Inaugural Abdul Aziz Said Peace Scholars

A group of SIS freshmen was named the inaugural group of Abdul Aziz Said Peace Scholars, an honor named after the longtime SIS professor and founder of the International Peace and Conflict Resolution graduate program, Abdul Aziz Said.
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Post-Brexit Troubles for the United Kingdom

How an ally's rhetoric threatens peace
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SIS students, faculty, and staff visit the European External Action Service headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.

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SIS Students and KU Leuven Students in Belgium Work Together during Course on Transatlantic Relations

SIS students and students at KU Leuven in Leuven, Belgium, learned together, exchanged perspectives on different issues, and even visited each other in person.
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Building a Transatlantic Bridge

The significance of the US-EU Trade and Technology Council
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Fortress Europe

The EU's colonial-era external borders: Spain & Morocco
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France 2022

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Will French Presidential Election Be a Case of ‘Plus Ca Change, Moins Ca Change?’ – 5 Things to Watch as Nation Heads to the Poll

For the second time running, it is looking like the French presidential election will go to a runoff between centralist Emmanuel Macron and far-right Marine Le Pen.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, aid workers prepare food packages from the Poroshenko Foundation to be sent to pensioners and people with disabilities in Ukraine. Photo credit: Drop of Light / Shutterstock.com

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Humanitarian Aid Workers Need Security, Rights, and Better Pay

Nearly all of the 129 aid workers killed on the job in 2021 were from the countries where they lost their lives.
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Can Donor Aid Help Peace Progress After the Fighting Stops?

We caught up with Professor Susanna Campbell to ask a few questions about her research on aid allocation in post-conflict countries.
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A woman cooking on the stove in front of her house in Aleppo, Syria, in February of 2012.

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When Do Refugees Return Home?

SIS professor Stefanie Onder's recent research reveals the factors that increase the likelihood of early, voluntary, and unassisted returns by Syrian refugees.
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Hundreds of protesters gathered in New York, New York, to demand the United States accept all Afghan people seeking asylum. Photo credit: Luigi Morris / Shutterstock.com

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Seven Months after the Taliban Takeover, Afghan Evacuees Lack a Clear Path for Resettlement in the US

The US has promised to take in 100,000 Ukrainian refugees. But there is concern that this could further complicate efforts to welcome and resettle Afghan evacuees.
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