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Binghamton University Professor: Expect More Violence From ISIS

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Indiana University expert: Russia’s aggression presents challenge for NATO

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U of Tennessee Law Professor Can Discuss Gaza Conflict

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NATO Rapid-Reaction Force Spikes Short-Term Tension to Deliver Long-Term Stability

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NATO Summit’s Agenda Bigger Than Anticipated; Resurgent Russia, ISIS Add Complexities

American University School of International Service experts are available to discuss the Wales NATO summit.

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International Law Professor Says US Has Longstanding Obligation to Protect Kurds

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Journalist Beheaded, Another Threatened by ISIL Militants, President Speaks Out: Experts Needed

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Cooperation Is Key to Stopping Sex Trade in India

Research finds an organized counter-force is necessary to confront human trafficking in a country where groups have struggled to work together.

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Join Congressman and International Law Expert to Discuss the War Powers Reform Act

Congressman Chris Gibson and Cornell Law Professor Jens Ohlin will be discussing The War Powers Reform Act on June 9th at 4pm on Capitol Hill

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The International Federation of University Women Calls for the Immediate Return of Nigerian Schoolgirls to Their Homes

The International Federation of University Women (IFUW) calls for the immediate release and safe return of the over 200 school girls between 12 and 17 years old abducted from their school hostel in Chibok Borno State in Nigeria and threatened by their captors with being sold into slavery as punishment for seeking an education. IFUW demands that the Nigerian government urgently take steps to ensure that the girls are returned to their families unharmed and can continue their education in a safe environment.

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