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Cranes, ships, and a bridge at the Port of Los Angeles

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Why Is the Global Supply Chain Breaking Down?

SIS professor Daniel Bernhofen answers questions about current problems with the global supply chain.
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Nadia Murad, 2018 Nobel Peace Prize laureate

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SIS Welcomes Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Nadia Murad for Virtual Event October 19

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad answers questions about her organization, Nadia’s Initiative, ahead of an October 19 event at the School of International Service.
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Susan Shepler and Aisha Ibrahim stand smiling in front of the SIS building.

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A Visiting Scholar from Sierra Leone Furthers Feminist Research at SIS

During her time at SIS, Aisha Ibrahim not only collaborated with Professor Susan Shepler—she also increased her network of fellow scholars.
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Big World podcast

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5 Reasons to Listen to Big World

SIS’s podcast is entering its fourth season. Here’s our own “Take Five” list of why you should listen.
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AU Community Conducted Critical Research during Afghanistan Evacuation

SIS professor Tazreena Sajjad and Stephen Angelsmith of AU CCES mobilized the AU community to conduct research to assist the Afghanistan evacuation effort.
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Shamila Chaudhary (clockwise from top left), Earl Anthony Wayne, Roya Rahmani, and David Petraeus discuss Afghanistan since 9/11.

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20 Years After 9/11: Experts Discuss Afghanistan

Three foreign policy experts discuss Afghanistan since 9/11 and what the country's future holds.
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Two hands hold an Afghan flag.

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5 Questions on Afghanistan: What Brought Us to This Point, and Where Do We Go Now?

In this Q&A, Ambassador Earl Anthony Wayne describes how the Taliban was able to take Kabul so quickly and what the US and its partners should be doing in response to the crisis in Afghanistan.
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A plane takes off from Kabul International Airport

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Where Do Afghanistan’s Refugees Go?

Don’t be misled by the scenes from Kabul airport. Most Afghan refugees don’t leave in an airplane, and few will settle in the United States.
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An American Apache helicopter in Afghanistan. Photo credit: Andre Klimke

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What Does the United States Owe the People of Afghanistan?

AU’s David Vine shares his views on US withdrawal from Afghanistan
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The flag of Afghanistan.

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Afghanistan Only the Latest US War to Be Driven by Deceit and Delusion

Secretary of State Tony Blinken said that the US Afghanistan pullout is not a repeat of failures in other recent wars. “This is not Saigon,” he said. Professor Emeritus Gordon Adams disagrees.
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