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ژIn the Heritage’s most recent event: “Unleashing Free-Market TV,” our staff attended an important event about  the television industry undergoing massive change. With consumers increasingly replacing or complementing over-the-air television and pay-TV subscriptions with other video platforms. These changes, combined with the Supreme Court’s recent

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In an event co- hosted by the United States Institute of Peace and Oxfam America, the humanitarian and political challenges of the Syrian conflict were put into perspective, and in an informal meeting with the panelists ranging from United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and

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Egypt’s recent changes and uprisingshave diversified the country into smaller divisions but each with more defined belief sets, and ideologies. In a country where gray was the main color, now all shades of gray thrive to take part in its ever better future. In order

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Hosted by the Middle East program of the Woodrow Wilson Center, in a screening of the documentary “Our Summer in Tehran,” we expressed our deepest appreciations towards the fantastic work filmmaker Justine Shapiro has directed and produced in order to show a closer look at

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Our Washington Staff at I.S.W.F attended a very informative event at Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, SAIS, hosted by John Hopkins University on February 28th. Titled “No One Saw It Coming: Civil Resistance, the Arab Spring and the Conflicts That Will Shape

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Sudan in Conflict Less than one year after the formal split between Sudan and South Sudan, the two countries are wrapped in conflict again over border demarcation, oil, and other issues. Both nations are also contending with serious internal turmoil in the form of tribal conflict,

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