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Schwarzman Scholar Christopher Scott Carpenter shares a media toolkit and photo essay about preserving the dignity of people featured in stories.

UN Security Advisor Justin Rashid dives deep into the #COVID19 response in Jordan.

Image courtesy of Aloïs Moubax via pixabay

CPD Research Fellow Joel Day writes, dismantling racial injustice brick by brick requires understanding its foundation.

The Bulls were a massive cultural force, worldwide.

U.S. Foreign Service Officer Kala Carruthers Azar tells the story of the switch to virtual programming during COVID-19 lockdown in Amman.

The act of one nation helping another can be largely symbolic, writes a researcher at National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Ambassador (ret.) William A. Rugh & Zachary Shapiro of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy suggest three key reforms in the event of a Biden win this fall.

The two countries which are bound by ancient and cultural ties have now found their relationship diluted by mistrust.

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