Listen to Picking Up Where We Left Off on US-Iraq Relations byPicking Up Where We Left Off on hearthis.at Synopsis: US-Iraq Relations Almost 20 years following the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the country finds itself yet again at a crossroads. There have been recent struggles of forming a government under the shadow of persistent threats […]
What are the perceptions of U.S. engagement in Syria? What should the United States change in its policy toward Syria?
How can efforts in climate change mitigation in MENA be integrated into U.S. policies in the Middle East? Zeinab Shukar answers.
How will the new Iraq and U.S. policy be aligned? What does the “new Iraq” look like? Mohammed Shummary gives details.
What changes should be suggested to the post-9/11 U.S. engagement in MENA? Elizabeth Nugent provides thoughts and suggestions.
In a recent study for UN Women, Dr. Simbal Khan carried out a comprehensive analysis of the gender dimension of Pakistan's security policies.
Listen to Picking Up Where We Left Off on Higher Education Internationalization byPicking Up Where We Left Off on hearthis.at Synopsis: Higher Education Internationalization The number of students studying internationally topped more than 5.6 million in 2020. Yet, higher education internationalization encompasses much more than student mobility. It includes critical issues such as student and […]
The rise of China as an investor, financier and economic partner in MENA deserves closer attention. Learn more about China-MENA relations in our podcast.
How is the Afghan Womens Scholars network supporting women scholars in Afghanistan? Founder Sweeta Akbari explains AWS’ platform.
What role can the international community play in supporting students and scholars inside Afghanistan? M. Abul Ahrar Ramizpoor answers.