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May 6, 2021

Energy and Environment
U.S.-Canada Pipeline Dispute, Harris and AMLO Talk Migration, and More

A major fuel pipeline from Canada to the United States could be shut down, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) meet virtually to discuss migrati…

Podcast A 42-inch green pipe is moved into position under an existing 26-inch pipe October 3, 2000 in Howell, Michigan, 60 miles north of Detroit. The pipeline will carry natural gas from Canada to the northeastern U.S. The demand for cleaner natural gas, estimated to be growing at 1.8% a year, is requiring more energy infrastructure to be built. At present, the U.S. has 270,000 miles of interstate gas pipelines in place.

April 26, 2021

Coronavirus
How Populism Has Proven Lethal in This Pandemic

The pandemic is where simple narratives go to die. Most of the predictions that people made a year ago have turned out to be false. Democracies did not systematically do better than dictatorships…

Photos of politicians and crosses are splattered in red ink during a demonstration against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro for his administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

April 20, 2021

Nigeria
Nigerian and Western Values Collide

The United Kingdom-based website openDemocracy complained about the homophobic content on T.B. Joshua's YouTube channel. YouTube has now shut down the channel, which claimed over 1.8 million subscribers and 600 million viewers.

A woman cries as Nigerian preacher T.B. Joshua places his hand on her head.

April 19, 2021

Latin America
Silberstein Family Annual Lecture on Refugee and Migration Policy: Crisis at the Southern Border

Panelists discuss the immigration crisis developing at the U.S.-Mexico border due to a surge of individual migrants, families, and unaccompanied children seeking entry to the United States, and the c…

Play Central American migrants are detained by US Customs and Border Patrol agents at the border wall in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state, Mexico

April 16, 2021

Nigeria
Yoruba Debate "Restructuring" of Nigeria or "Autonomy"

Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland Gani Adams, in a speech at a book launch in Lagos on April 14 said that the Yoruba people have "graduated from restructuring to self-determination." He continued by saying that Nigeria is dominated by a "main powerful bloc."

A picture of the Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Gani Adams, being interviewed. A collection of microphones have been thrust by reporters in front of him.

April 15, 2021

Education
School Policy Decisions During COVID-19

Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, speaks on the considerations schools face in terms of reopening, taking into account their individual needs as well as public healt…

Play Louise Elementary School teacher Lori Heard teaches her students in a classroom with plastic partitions, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Louise, Texas, U.S., November 20, 2020.

April 6, 2021

Religion
COVID-19 Vaccines and the Faith Community

Gabriel Salguero, president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition and lead pastor at The Gathering Place church, and Moshe Hauer, executive vice president of the Orthodox Union, discuss the ro…

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March 25, 2021

Women and Women's Rights
More Than a Few Good Women: Improving Hemispheric Security by Advancing Gender Inclusivity in Military and Police

Latin America and the Caribbean remains the most violent region in the world. Overwhelmed police and military forces stand to improve their effectiveness and accountability by unleashing a secret wea…

Women in the Bolivian military line up for maritime flag day celebrations on March 10, 2018.

March 25, 2021

Immigration and Migration
Migration at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Paul Angelo, fellow for Latin America studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the migrant situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.   This webinar is part of the Religion and Fore…

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March 22, 2021

Americas
More Than a Few Good Women: Improving Hemispheric Security by Advancing Gender Inclusivity in Military and Police

Latin America and the Caribbean remains the most violent region in the world. Overwhelmed police and military forces stand to improve their effectiveness and accountability by unleashing a secret wea…

A female solider with face paint and a red scarf marches while carrying a gun.