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(In)discriminate language on Gaza

Sarah E. Parkinson writes about semantics in times of conflict, for a blog post on the Washington Post's Monkey Cage. Parkinson is...

Visiting Africans prepare to become 'transformative leaders'

Laura Bloomberg describes the group of 25 civic leaders from 18 different African countries who participated in the Young African Leaders Initiative...

Amid fun and food, African fellows' visit to Boys Totem Town erases misconceptions, creates bonds

Laura Bloomberg describes the benefits of hosting Washington Fellows, as part of President Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative. This summer, 25 civic...

Global partnership ministerial in Mexico City

Professor Brian Atwood comments on the link between United Nations development goals process and the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation ministerial...

University researchers explore ideas on the anniversary of Rwandan genocide

Dean Eric Schwartz comments on the importance of students' and researchers' knowledge of previous catastrophes at the University of Minnesota conference held...


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