What can we learn about Sarah Everard’s murder to make the world safer for women everywhere? Annie May Byrne Noonan explores. … More What Policymakers and Male Allies Can Learn from Sarah Everard’s Murder
Is Margot Wallström missing the point of the U.N.’s Women, Peace and Security agenda? … More What Sweden’s Feminist Foreign Minister Gets Wrong About Women, Peace and Security
From India to the U.S., Annie May Byrne Noonan looks at the world’s most dangerous places to be female. … More The Most Dangerous Places for Women in 2018
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Madeline McSherry looks at 8 victories for women in foreign policy from the past year. … More 8 Wins for Women in Foreign Policy
Davos may be more diverse, but what does it mean for gender equality around the world? Anna Nadibaidze explains. … More How the World Economic Forum is Tackling Gender Equality—And Why It’s Not Enough
Since Ukraine’s 2014 Revolution, the media has failed to cover a key source of social and political change: Ukrainian women. Olga Loza explains. … More What’s Happened in Ukraine Since the 2014 Revolution? Ask the Women Rebuilding the Country.
Coverage of the Syrian Civil War tends to focus great power intervention rather than the nation and its citizens. Madeline McSherry reviews five books written by women that explore Syria beyond the headlines. … More 5 Books to Read on Syria
Madeline McSherry argues that when it comes to decisions of international import, women are still largely absent—and it’s a big problem for the foreign policy world. … More Foreign Policy’s Woman Problem