Dobbs v. Jackson will decide whether the U.S. follows the autocrats or liberal democracies.
Outsiders can support Afghan women’s hard-won rights without reducing them to a monolith.
There’s a new paradigm in foreign relations. Will the U.S. fall behind?
The ongoing negotiations in Afghanistan are a critical test for Biden’s gender equity goals.
To advance women’s human rights, we need to understand where and why disconnects exist between women’s personal empowerment and their support for gender equity norms.
Early warning systems can help predict armed conflicts before they start. Why do they ignore gender?
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