Immigration policy discussions often feel detached from the human stories at the heart of the matter. To bring a human touch to this critical issue, in September 2023, the Truman Center organized a profound two-day experiential learning workshop in San Diego and Tijuana.
It’s a sad day in Washington, DC. Today, the National Zoo’s longtime giant panda loan came to an end and these furry envoys of diplomacy boarded their bamboo-filled FedEx truck and drove to the airport for a long flight across the world.
It was a clear, beautiful Tuesday morning in September. The stifling East Coast summer humidity had given way to a brilliant blue cloudless sky. The day forever changed America as 19 al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four planes.
Our country is at a crossroads with the changing nature of warfare that stretch beyond the physical battlefield. Air, water, outer space, chemical, and cyber battlefields have quickly replaced physical, hand-to-hand combat.
On March 1, Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission declared Bola Tinubu the winner of the presidential election held on February 25th. The new president-elect from the incumbent All Progressives Congress won approximately 37% of the vote. Worryingly, voter turnout was only 27%, the lowest in any of Nigeria’s presidential elections.