"If not reversed, the Ex-Im Bank’s expiration will hurt U.S. economic relations with Africa, and undermine U.S. credibility in Africa, in three major ways," writes Monde MuyangwaRead More

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In this podcast discussion, Iran nuclear experts Robert Einhorn, Robert Litwak, and Robin Wright assess the state of the current deal, the implications of this accord and the consequences for the region. Read More

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  • Aaron David Miller

    Aaron David Miller

    Vice President for New Initiatives and Distinguished Scholar
  • Robert S. Litwak

    Robert S. Litwak

    Vice President for Scholars and Director of International Security Studies

Today, 1 in every 122 people has been displaced by force. But the survivors of such hardship can be effective agents of change and sources of inspiration – epitomes of "refugee resilience," writes the Wilson Center's John Thon Majok, who escaped from Sudan as a boy. Read More

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  • John Thon Majok

    John Thon Majok

    Program Associate, Environmental Change and Security Program

The drug lord known as “El Chapo” has escaped from a maximum security prison for a second time. What are the implications for Mexico’s war on organized crime? Mexico Institute Director Duncan Wood provides an overview. Read More

Wilson Center Experts

Wilson Center Fellow Meg Lundsager shares perspective on the global repercussions of the Greek debt drama, including the role of the IMF and lightening Greece's debt burden. "I think the IMF is looking to be part of the solution," she says. Read More

Wilson Center Experts

"Pakistan’s energy crisis is rooted in such a complex and interrelated web of causes (including but not limited to crushing sectoral debt, gross mismanagement, and dysfunctional institutions) that there is little consensus on what needs to be done and how," writes Michael Kugelman. Read More

Wilson Center Experts

  • Michael Kugelman

    Michael Kugelman

    Senior Program Associate for South and Southeast Asia, Asia Program

With the economy in crisis, a majority says closer ties with the U.S. would benefit Americans more than Brazilians writes Paulo SoteroRead More

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A personal account of how the largest and most important trade agreement in world history finally got done. Read More

Wilson Center Experts

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Nowhere to Turn

Sarun, a cab driver in Qatar, had not been paid in nearly four months. His family, back home in Nepal, desperately needed the money. Sarun hadn't been home in two years, and his boss was in possession of his passport. What is a man to do? Read More

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Ship of Miracles: Korea 1950

In December of 1950, the crew of the SS Meredith Victory performed what the Guinness Book of World Records refers to as “the greatest rescue operation ever by a single ship.” One of the last surviving members of the crew, Admiral J. Robert Lunney, recounts the unlikely and amazing journey. Read More

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Is the U.S. Really in Decline?

From the China challenge to the “rise of the rest,” America’s place in the world is being questioned from within and without. Is the American Century truly over and are its best days in history’s rear view mirror? Read More

<a href="http://www.newsecuritybeat.org/2015/06/paving-way-ethiopias-youth-road-sustainability/">From One Generation to the Next: New Wilson Center Film Explores Integrated Development in Ethiopia</a>


From One Generation to the Next: New Wilson Center Film Explores Integrated Development in Ethiopia

A new film from the Wilson Center, 'Paving the Way: Ethiopia’s Youth on the Road to Sustainability,' transports viewers to an innovative development project where youth and their parents are working together to build a more sustainable future by connecting the dots between conservation, access to health care, and sustainable livelihoods. Read More


Nuclear Diplomacy with Iran: A Deal, Not a Grand Bargain

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Nuclear Diplomacy with Iran: A Deal, Not a Grand Bargain

The nuclear agreement with Iran is a deal, not a grand bargain. In both Iran and America, the issue is a proxy for a more fundamental debate—in Tehran, about its identity—revolutionary state versus ordinary country—and relationship to the outside world; in Washington, about whether the U.S. objective toward Iran should be behavior change or regime change.

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Kimberly Theidon

2014-15 fellow has been appointed the Henry J. Leir Chair in International Humanitarian Studies and tenured professor in the area of human security at the Fletcher School at Tufts University.

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Gabriel Weimann

a 2013-14 Wilson Center Fellow, has just published an article "There's no such thing as a lone wolf in cyberspace."

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Kubra in her workshop. (Photo by Justin Sutcliffe/Polaris)

As the U.S. prepares to withdraw from the longest war in its history, a look at the lives changed, promises made, and ideas shaped by war in Afghanistan.