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  • Including Women, Excluding Migrants, and Reimagining National Belonging in the GCC March 12, 2018
    Indisputably, these developments constitute a crucial aspect of Riyadh’s broader national reform agenda, as led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Within the wider regional context of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), they mark the long overdue acceleration of a trend towards improving citizen women’s participation in the economy and public life. Yet, improvement in […]
    Batul K. Sadliwala
  • Employee of the Month: Hailemariam Dessalegn March 7, 2018
    Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn resigned on February 15. He is “employee of the month” for March not for what he did, but what he failed to do. In the five and a half years in which he presided over Ethiopia, he allowed the country to drift towards turmoil. Ethiopia today is at grave risk […]
    Mulugeta Gebrehiwot Berhe

In the News

PBS News Hour's Megan Thompson speaks to Alex de Waal on his new book, Mass Famine, and how political and military conflict cause famine.

Alex de Waal speaks to NPR on the history, misconceptions and future of famine

Global Arms Trade and Corruption

Sam Perlo-Freeman on global arms and corruption as part of the "Report München", First German Television.