Natalya Wallin

Special Series on Terrorism: Debunking Myths and Getting Oriented

Chicago Policy Review kicks off its exclusive interview series on the Islamic State, suicide terrorism, and U.S. foreign policy with University of Chicago political scientist Robert Pape, Duke University historian Dr. Martin Miller, and Senior Fellow at Brookings Institution and former advisor to Secretary Clinton on counterterrorism, Daniel Benjamin.

Beyond “soft” issues: The Women’s Caucus of Kosovo speaks up

Ms. Teuta Sahatqija is President of the Women’s Parliamentary Caucus, comprised of female members of Parliament from all parties promoting...

Albin Kurti, Leader of “Self Determination” Party, on the Future of Kosovo

Albin Kurti, leader of the Vetevendosje political party and movement, shares warnings about the EU’s approach to Serbia and Russia, thoughts on civil disobedience and participatory democracy, and perspective on the future of Kosovo.

The Estrogen Empire: Mayor Freeman-Wilson on Women in Politics

Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson speaks candidly about underrepresentation of women in politics, what it really takes to run for office, and shares the best career advice she ever received.

The Billion Dollar Question: Are Counter-Terrorism Efforts Effective?

A review of counter-terrorism evaluation research raises critical questions about lack of evidence for costly programs and strategies.

Breaking the Silence: Human Trafficking and the Struggle for Equality in Guyana

Simona Broomes is leading the fight against human trafficking and forging a path to empowerment through the Guyana Women Miners Organization, which she launched in 2012.

Nobel Peace Prize Shines International Spotlight on Chemical Weapons

A look at one of the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize winners and why its previously unsung efforts to rid the world of chemical weapons are more critical than ever.