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Human Rights Observatory
By Rodolfo Bonnin, Assistant Dean for Institutional Knowledge Management and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Florida International University
Leonard M. Gralnik, Chief of Education and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Florida International University
Nathaly Shoua-Desmarais, Assistant Dean for Student Success and Well-Being and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Florida International University
Close to half of those who die by suicide saw a primary care doctor within a month of their death.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Thomas Doherty, Professor of American Studies, Brandeis University
On the 100th anniversary of Woodrow Wilson’s death, a presidential historian looks at how he was able to stay in power despite his illnesses.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Mark A. Graber, University System of Maryland Regents Professor of Law, University of Maryland
US law has long held that those who support rebels and insurrectionists are just as guilty of treason as those who support foreign enemies.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Derek H. Kiernan-Johnson, Teaching Professor of Law, University of Colorado Boulder
Lawyers submitting briefs to the Supreme Court in the Trump Colorado ballot case must file a ‘certificate of word count.’ Why? As one judge put it, lawyers’ briefs are ‘too long, too long, too long.’The Conversation (Full Story)
By Phillip McGarry, Ph.D. Candidate in Experimental Psychology, University of Tennessee
With growing polarization, political attitudes have begun to coincide with moral convictions. Partisans increasingly view each other as immoral. New research reveals the depth of that conviction.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Sabrina Habib, Associate Professor, University of South Carolina
A study in which students brainstormed all the uses of a paper clip shows that AI can both enhance and harm the creative process.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Joan Donovan, Assistant Professor of Journalism and Emerging Media Studies, Boston University
Sara Parker, Research Analyst at the Media Ecosystem Observatory, McGill University
As legislators rail against social media companies, the companies continue to put millions of young people at risk. Here’s how − and what can be done about it.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Nicholas R. Micinski, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, University of Maine
Kelsey Norman, Fellow for the Middle East, Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University
The US is among more than a dozen countries to freeze funding to UN agency providing aid to displaced Gazans over allegations of complicity in the Oct. 7 attack.The Conversation (Full Story)
By Eric Charry, Professor of Music, Wesleyan University
For the first time in its 65-year history the Grammy Awards in the US has introduced an African category, Best African Music Performance, which recognises the song of the year.

The Grammys is the most prestigious award in the largest music industry in the world. Its focus has always been US music styles in categories like pop, R&B, rap, country, jazz and classical.

As musical styles from abroad (or…The Conversation (Full Story)

By Asebe Regassa Debelo, Senior research and teaching fellow, Department of Geography, University of Zurich
The Oromo are the largest ethno-national group in Ethiopia, accounting for over 40 million people or more than one-third of the population. However, they have been politically oppressed, economically exploited and culturally marginalised under successive Ethiopian regimes. Since the 1960s, the Oromo have sought…The Conversation (Full Story)
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