Rebuilding After ISIS

by Danial ZaboImage: Levi Meir Clancy / Unsplash *DISCLAIMER: This interview has been slightly edited for length and clarity.* The rise of ISIS in the mid-2010s brought chaos and hardship to an already ailing region. At its height, the militant group held about forty percent of Iraq, including Mosul, the country‚Äôs second largest city. Among the hardest hit were minority communities in the subdued nations, … Continue reading Rebuilding After ISIS

Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Interview with an International Student from Azerbaijan

Written by: AnonymousImage: Sunghwan Yoon / Flickr The armed clashes erupted between Azerbaijan and Armenia last year over the disputed status of Nagorno-Karabakh, a region that was internationally recognized as Azerbaijan but had been run by ethnic Armenians since 1994. This war ended with a peace agreement that halted the Azerbaijani offensive and significantly reduced the size of the Armenian control. While the war itself … Continue reading Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Interview with an International Student from Azerbaijan