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Landis: Cease-Fire Unraveling In Syria; U.S. Commits Special Ops To Fight ISIS

February's tenuous cease-fire in Syria seems to breaking down for good. Opposition leaders blame airstrikes around Aleppo have been blamed on both the...

How Growing Up In War-Torn Bosnia Inspired Activist Selma Hadzihalilovic To Help Vulnerable Women

Selma Hadzihalilovic didn't seek out activism. It found her. She was just a teenager when war broke out in her native Bosnia and Herzegovina. She was...

How Growing Up In War-Torn Bosnia Inspired Activist Selma Hadzihalilovic To Help Vulnerable Women

World Views: April 22, 2016

Joshua Landis and Suzette Grillot discuss several stories in the Middle East he's been following this week, including President Obama's visit to Saudi...

Syria, Saudi Arabia, And Other Middle East Stories Joshua Landis Is Watching This Week

On Friday, France's foreign minister described talks over Syria's future as entering a "danger zone." Opposition leaders have stepped away from the...

Syria, Saudi Arabia, And Other Middle East Stories Joshua Landis Is Watching This Week

How OU Prof. Janette Habashi's Bake Sale Idea Became An International Charity

University of Oklahoma human relations professor Janette Habashi grew up was born in Jerusalem, but left to pursue graduate work in England and the...

Author Cyrus Copeland's Quest 'Off The Radar' To Discover His Father's CIA Past

Four years ago, Cyrus Copeland sat in the living room with his mother when she asked him to fetch his father's will from the library to answer a...

World Views: April 8, 2016

Rebecca Cruise and Suzette Grillot discuss the story that dominated international news this week - the so-called "Panama Papers" and the law firm at the...

Africa's Messy Post-Colonial Era Resonates Today, Historian Toyin Falola Says

When Toyin Falola was a teenager, he dropped out of high school to join the first major peasant rebellion in post-colonial Africa. The two-year Agbekoya...

Panama Papers Raise Privacy Issues, Whether This Is A 'New Normal'

The release of the so-called "Panama Papers" – more than 11 million documents and personal files detailing financial information and offshore accounts...

World Views: April 1, 2016

Suzette Grillot and Rebecca Cruise discuss two sides of international education. China has charged an education advocate in Tibet with inciting...

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