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Relentless Bombing Kills Dozens in Aleppo; Residents Are Starved for Aid

Rania Abouzeid joined PBS Newshour to discuss the bombings in Aleppo.

100 Notable Books of 2016

Rosa Brooks' book, How Everything Became War, was included in the Washington Post's "100 Notable Books of 2016."

Notable Nonfiction Books in 2016

The Washington Post's "Notable Nonfiction Books in 2016" roundup included Peter Bergen and Rabia Chaudry's books.

Has Call of Duty lost touch with reality?

Peter Singer was interviewed by about the Call of Duty Game and Future of War.

'Who's In Your Wallet? Hamilton, Jackson, Tubman and the Presidential Election'

Behind 2016’s Turmoil, a Crisis of White Identity

2016 Religion, Law & Diplomacy Conference

Hassan Abbas contributed as a panelist in the 2nd annual Religion, Law & Diplomacy Conference at the Tufts Fletcher School of Law & Diploma

Cyber Insecurity: Navigating the Perils of the Next Information Age

Lawfare plugged a book co-edited by Cyber-security Initiative Fellow Trey Herr.

Cyber venture led by U.S. intel vets with SA roots raises seed capital

San Antonio Business Journal featured the startup founded Robert M. Lee.

Advocates Sense New Moment in Antitrust As Opposition Grows Against AT&T Merger

Lina Khan was quoted in Buzzfeed about antitrust & AT&T

‘The Election Ended Wednesday Night’

Theodore Johnson contributed to Politico in an article about the third presidential debate.

What It's Like to Interview Children Who Have Been Recruited by ISIS

Souad Mekhennet was interviewed by the Washington Post about her interviews with a boy who had been indoctrinated by the Islamic State.