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We’re just beginning to grasp the toll of the Islamic State’s...

Fiona Greenland, University of Virginia; James Marrone, Johns Hopkins University; Oya Topçuoğlu, Northwestern University, and Tasha Vorderstrasse, University of Chicago The Islamic State surrendered its...

How women wage war – a short history of IS brides,...

Jessica Trisko Darden, American University School of International Service The names of American-born Hoda Muthana and Brit Shamima Begum have appeared in countless headlines in...

Mainstream media outlets are dropping the ball with terrorism coverage

Philip Seib, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism News coverage of the Manchester terrorist attack was sadly familiar: cellphone videos of...

2015, the year that was: politics and society

Emily Costello, The Conversation As we approach 2016, we look back at the big stories of The Conversation’s politics and society desk over the past...

The treatment of Yazidi women highlights a historical issue…

The treatment of Yazidi women highlights a historical issue: what makes someone human? Simon Reich, Rutgers University Newark The recent revelations about the savage treatment...

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Trump’s exports-good, imports-bad trade policy, debunked by an economist

Ian Sheldon, The Ohio State University President Donald Trump’s trade policy leaves international economists like me scratching our heads. His apparent desire to start a...