Vásquez, Erica. “The Roots of Conflict: From Settler-Colonialism to Military Occupation in the Western Sahara.” (Jadaliyya)
CCAS student Erica Vásquez writes for Jadaliyya about the roots of settler-colonialism and military occupation in the Western Sahara.
Written by CCAS student Erica Vásquez for Open Democracy.
Swingewood, Ellie. “Syrian Refugee Women in Lebanon: Gendering Violence through Johan Galtung.” (E-International Relations)
Written by CCAS student Ellie Swingewood for the E-International Relations.
Malkin, Noga and Danforth, Nick. “Ghosts of the Future: Fears of a Phantom Referendum Haunt the Turkish-Syrian Border.” (Middle East Research and Information Project)
Written by Georgetown University History Ph.D. student Nick Danforth and Noga Malkin for the Middle East Research and Information Project.
MAAS student Sarah Harvey publishes an article in Al-Jazeera English explaining why she thinks Syria will not descend into sectarian infighting post-Assad.
In his op-ed in Libération, “Gaza, au risque de l’anarchie” (Gaza, at the risk of anarchy) (2008), Jean-Baptiste Gallopin outlines how Israel’s Gaza offensive risks plunging the territory into prolonged chaos due to consequences such as an absence of central authority and the possibility of a renewed Palestinian civil war.