CIC's Maaike de Langen discusses multilateralism and global governance, including what has and has not been working, and how the outpouring of support that Zelenskyy has received can be applied to other challenges.

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In his latest column for Foreign Policy, CIC Non-Resident Fellow James Traub writes about the upcoming presidential French elections.

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James Traub examines the difference between Europe’s treatment of Syrians and Ukrainians as evidence of racism—and reality.

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Leah Zamore, CIC's Humanitarian Crises Program Lead, spoke with Voice of America about the unfolding refugee crisis in Ukraine.

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In his latest Foreign Policy column, CIC Senior Fellow James Traub analyses the unity of several actors in response to President Putin's invasion of Ukraine, and what it means for President Biden.

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While the Ukrainian army and people continue to resist, the costs of Russia's invasion in human terms are mounting. As of March 15, the United Nations (UN) had verified 1,900 civilian casualties, including 726 deaths (fifty of them children), as Russia intensifies its assault on civilian targets, seizes the Zaporizhzhia nuclear site, lays siege to Mariupol which is without food, energy, or water in freezing temperatures, continues to threaten Kyiv, begins a push on Odesa and assaults Kharkiv with heavy and indiscriminate shelling.

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James Traub
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CIC Program Lead Leah Zamore appeared on ABC News, discussing the contrast between the European response to refugees coming from Ukraine and the "closed-door response" to African and Middle Eastern refugees during the last decade.

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On ABC News, CIC Director Sarah Cliffe spoke about the potential risks and consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Leah Zamore examines the double standards that drive global and European refugee policy, even as the EU’s response to Ukrainian refugees is a rare and desperately needed instance of collective solidarity.

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In his Foreign Policy column, CIC senior fellow James Traub compares the decisions that US President Joe Biden currently faces in Ukraine with what President Harry Truman faced decades ago during the Cold War.

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