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Issue 34

Campers for Peace

A summer camp famous for bringing Israeli and Palestinian teens together takes on the conflicts of South Asia.

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Issue 33

Leading Lady

Zainab Salbi, the founder and CEO of Women for Women International, is solving the world’s social ills one woman at a time.

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Issue 31

Taliban Family Values

The Taliban in Afghanistan seem to be channeling the Sopranos in their war against the West.

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Issue 30

WASPs with Wings

The Women Airforce Service Pilots who flew in World War II are still fighting for recognition.

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Issue 30

Bearing Witness

Ordinary people and their video cameras are helping to confront human rights abuses around the world.

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Blog: FLYP Notes
  Jonathan Torgovnik on a visit to Rwanda. Photo courtesy of Aperture …
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Issue 27

The End: Master of War

Josef Koudelka talks about his iconic images of the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia and why they matter in a world still at war.

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Issue 26

History Lessons

West Point’s Center for Oral History will let generations of America’s soldiers record their stories—and let the rest of us listen.

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Issue 24

Intended Consequences

Photographer Jonathan Torgovnik documents the children and mothers of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.

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Blog: Think Again
Only 1.5 kilometers from the Pakistani border, coalition air units …
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