The Dangerous Allure of Tourism Promotion as a Post-conflict Policy in Disputed Azad Jammu and Kashmir
By Cabeiri Robinson, JSIS Professor.
Insight from Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
In October 2005, an earthquake altered the landscape of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), a region administered by Pakistan and claimed by India. As efforts shifted […]
By Brittain Barber, Japan Studies M.A. program alumnus.
Insight from Nagano, Japan.
In the summer of 2009, I had the opportunity to intern for two weeks with the campaign office of Representative Shinohara Takashi, then the proportional […]
By Jaisang Sun, B.A. program alumnus.
Insight from Moscow, Russia.
My last day in Moscow was supposed to be a fun tour around the beautiful city by myself, since the entire delegation left the day earlier. […]
By Arda İbikoğlu, M.A.I.S/Ph.D. alumnus.
Insight from Istanbul, Turkey.
This post was also posted on Dr. İbikoğlu’s blog.
AKP’s acronym stands for Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi, i.e. Justice and Development Party. For years, the leaders of the […]
By Jeffrey P. Lupo, B.A. program alumnus.
Insight from London, England
The Union Jack seems unique among national flags to truly capture an essential feature of the people it represents. It is in fact three flags […]
By Carl Taylor, B.A. program alumnus.
Insight from Southeast Asia.
When you travel, each city is a requiem of the past and present. In three months, I made my way from Hanoi to Barcelona, spending six […]
By Francis Ramoin Flores, B.A. alumnus, 2013-14 Bonderman Travel Fellow.
Insight from Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir.
The following was also posted on Francis Ramoin Flores’ blog on August 21, 2013 where he is chronicling his travels […]
By Nabeeha Chaudhary, M.A. program student.
Insight from Washington D.C., U.S.A.
Guess what I did for my birthday this year? Courtesy of the Jackson School (JSIS) and the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA), […]