- 11/26/2014Posted by:
In August of 2011, the civilian death toll in Syria had just surpassed 2,000. Today, that toll is reaching 200,000 and the conflict is being pushed further and further into the periphery of media attention. It makes sense then that one victim, one news item may have gotten lost since August of 2011. One of those victims still stays with me: Ali Farzat.
- 11/20/2014Posted by:
The Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG)Perspectives on Syria: Counting the Dead11/19/2014Posted by:
The framing and representation of death in the Syrian war in the mainstream media plays a critical role in shaping our collective responses to the crisis.
- 11/12/2014Posted by:
Over the past couple months, attention has turned to Syria, Iraq, and Turkey as the United States carried out bombing campaigns against the infamous extremist group, the Islamic State (IS), in an effort to confront the global threat.
- 11/10/2014Posted by:
This week, President Obama set off for a much-anticipated trip to East Asia where he will engage regional leaders in four major meetings: the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation in China (APEC), the G-20 Summit in Australia, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and East Asia (EAS) Summits in Burma.