Time to Curb America’s Manufacturing Dependency On China
Originally published in China SignPost on March 24, 2020.
Gabriel Collins April 22, 2020
Women’s Rights, Human Rights and Refugees | Edward P. Djerejian Center for the Middle East | ArticleTrump immigration policies: Defense, not deterrence
"The policies that the Trump administration has pursued at the Southern border are overwhelmingly defensive, rather than deterrent in nature," writes fellow Kelsey Norman in a co-authored article about U.S. immigration policy.
Kelsey Norman February 12, 2020
Women’s Rights, Human Rights and Refugees | Edward P. Djerejian Center for the Middle East | ArticleThe World is Turning Its Back on Refugees
When advocates tout “refugees as a resource” and emphasize the economic benefit that refugees bring to receiving states, their framing risks eroding the distinctiveness of the refugee category and the protection it ought to entail. The Atlantic: http://bit.ly/36kc6Lt
Kelsey Norman January 2, 2020
Satellite-based radar assesses China's management of crude pipelines
Oil inventories measured by satellite can help market participants assess how the China National Petroleum Corporation is managing pipelines that carry crude oil into China from Kazakhstan, Myanmar and Russia, writes fellow Gabriel Collins for Oil & Gas Journal (subscription required): http://bit.ly/2pW5W3O
Gabriel Collins September 2, 2019
The Texas Energy and Water Nexus
Proactive engagement with the energy-water nexus can help Texas maintain growth while positively managing water-related challenges, writes Gabriel Collins for Water Resources IMPACT: http://bit.ly/2IvSuKi
Gabriel Collins July 1, 2019
China's Rare Earth Dominance: How Usable a Weapon?
As Washington and Beijing brace for a protracted trade war, the authors examine the potential for China to use its dominance in rare earth minerals to strike back at the U.S.
Gabriel Collins June 12, 2019
Conditional Cash Transfers and Reproductive Choices in Peru
By Sonia Laszlo, Farhan Majid and Laëtitia Renée The authors explore the impact of Peru’s conditional cash transfer program, Juntos, on beneficiaries’ reproductive choices and find intra-household variation in decision-making: https://bit.ly/2YDYuX1
May 21, 2019
Missteps in U.S. Govt's Muslim Outreach Plan
America's post-9/11 push to positively engage with religious communities in the U.S. and Middle East led many citizens to experience surveillance and targeting, which reinforced suspicion of the federal government. "Best practices would likely result from appointing individuals with the expertise necessary to protect equal rights and democracy, as core components of promoting religious freedom and tolerance," writes postdoctoral fellow Annelle Sheline. Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs.
Annelle Sheline May 8, 2019