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YP In-Depth and Deep Dish Live on Global Mass Shootings

PAST EVENT VIDEO
YP In-Depth

Watch the live recording of the Deep Dish Podcast episode on how nations across the world have responded to mass shootings.

Putin's Long Game in Ukraine

PAST EVENT VIDEO

Former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt, Georgetown’s Angela Stent, the Council’s Ivo Daalder, and CNN's Bianna Golodryga analyzed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions and potential plans after invading Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin speaking at a podium
Reuters

Commentary & Analysis

How Protests for Women, Life, and Freedom Are Reshaping Iranian Politics

Podcast
Deep Dish on Global Affairs Podcast

Why are the #MahsaAmini protests in Iran different this time?

REUTERS
International Law and Human Rights

China's Human Rights Abuses Must Not Go Ignored

In the News
Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

"The international community should make China a pariah for its crimes against the Uyghur population," Elizabeth Shackelford argues.

A man takes part in a demonstration against China during its Universal Periodic Review by the UN Rights Council
Reuters
US Foreign Policy

Research

Americans and Human Rights in China

RESEARCH
Public Opinion Survey by Craig Kafura

In new Council polling, Americans say China’s treatment of minority groups isn’t just a question of internal politics.

An ethnic Uighur couple waits as a truck loaded with Chinese paramilitary police goes by in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region
Reuters
Public Opinion

Critical Rulings on International Criminal Justice

RESEARCH
Working Paper by David Scheffer

This paper describes the central issues in three upcoming atrocity crime decisions and the implications for the evolution of international criminal justice.

International Criminal Court, The Hague. CC BY-NC 2.0
United Nations
International Law and Human Rights