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The Threat to Birth-Control Access in the Trump Era

Alexis Okeowo wrote for The New Yorker on contemporary access to birth control in the United States.


What Issa Rae’s “Insecure” Gets Right

Alexis Okeowo wrote for The New Yorker on the new season of HBO's Insecure and its portrayal of black life.


U.S.-IRAN INITIATIVE
North Korea Weighing a Return to Talks as Missile Launch Boosts its Bargaining Power, US Nuclear Expert Says

Suzanne DiMaggio was quoted in a South China Morning Post article about holding talks with North Korea after its latest missile test.


What’s the Greatest Risk Cities Face?

Greta Byrum writes for POLITICO about America's poorer urban areas and how they are suffering from inferior broadband access.


Souad Mekhennet’s “I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad”

Alexis Okeowo writes for the New Yorker about journalist Souad Mehennet's new book and her journey to the centers of jihadi networks.


The challenge of protecting members of Congress

Julian Zelizer wrote for CNN about the congressional baseball shooting and the vulnerability of elected officials.


Building Towards Resiliency with Healthy Digital Ecosystems


The Enduring American Military Mission in Africa

Alexis Okeowo wrote a profile for The New Yorker on U.S. Army Brigadier General Donal Bolduc and the American military presence in Africa


 The Knight’s Move

Gideon Lewis-Kraus wrote for The Nation about the new journal created in the spirit of Trumpism.


The Lessons of The Chibok Kidnapping, Three Years Later

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker for the three year anniversary of the Chibok girls kidnapping.


Donald Trump, Lost in Africa

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about Donald Trump in Africa.


The Provocateur Behind Beyonce, Rihanna, and Issa Rae

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about the provocateur behind Rihanna, Beyonce, and Issa Rae.