Three Years Later: Resonating Voices of Revolution
Culture / Politics & Economics

Three Years Later: Resonating Voices of Revolution

By Marguerite Ward In a recent political salon, “Tunisia Three Years Later,” World Policy Institute hosted a roundtable conversation on the uprisings that shook the Middle East/North Africa (MENA). Embassy officials, journalists, nonprofit leaders, and interested newsies alike brought with them questions on the progress of the uprisings. Though not all questions could be definitively … Continue reading

Culture / Health & Environment / Politics & Economics

Untapped Potential of Art in HIV/AIDS Work

By Marguerite Ward, World Policy Journal  The international community is at a critical point in stopping the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Infection rates are down and global funding is up, pointing to a successful global response plan. But one key component in permanently ending HIV/AIDS has yet to … Continue reading

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Calculating the Perfect City

By Marguerite Ward, BreakThru Radio Photo courtesy of Sebastian Niedlich. What makes for “the perfect city?” That really depends on whether you like skyscrapers or greek columns, right? Not exactly. Defining a successful city may seem up to personal preference, but research in urban planning reveals specific pieces to what might be called an algorithm for … Continue reading