Civil wars have a distinct nature that manifests across nations, ethnicities, and continents. A nature that is unmistakable yet illusive. When we look at countries that have experienced a civil war we generally observe the human atrocities and the physical

Editor's Note: This is the second of a two-part interview. The first part was published on the 26th of April and can be found here. In the Photo:  A sniper belonging to the Kurdish special forces takes aim during a small

EDITOR'S Note: This is the Part I of an interview with photojournalist, Rick Findler. Part II is available here.  Since the invention of photography, the profession of photojournalism has been a silent witness to the dramatic turns our world has undergone

After nearly five years and a quarter of a million dead, the Syrian Civil War appears, at least for the moment, to have calmed. The two-month-old cease fire that is currently in place is largely the result of foreign mediation;

The Year Ahead for American Politics on Immigration “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free.” So goes the exemplary quote inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. Since that iconic bronze statue was dedicated in New

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