Adam Nossiter, the West Africa Bureau Chief for The New York Times, describes the situation on the ground in Côte d’Ivoire, as post-election violence draws the nation into civil war.
Bec Hamilton discusses her new book, “Fighting for Darfur: Public Action and the Struggle to Stop Genocide,” and the successes and missteps of the Darfur advocacy movement.
Judge Thomas Buergenthal discusses his life, from surviving Auschwitz, to becoming a leading expert in international law, a journey that would take him from Europe, to the United States, to Latin American and beyond.
This month marks the fifteenth anniversary of the agreement that ended the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The National Endowment for Democracy's Ivana Howard offers insights on how this agreement has structured post-war Bosnia and why it is inadequate to take the country into the future.
Beba Hadzic, from Srebrenica, describes how she lead women survivors from the 1992 – 1995 Bosnian war to create Bosfam, a knitting collective that functions to generate income, provide support, and seek answers to the questions that remain central to survivors’ struggles.