Johanna Mendelson Forman

Johanna Mendelson Forman is a scholar-in-residence at American University’s School of International Service and a Senior Advisor at the Stimson Center, Washington, D.C.

Tone Down the “Winners and Losers” Talk on Cuba

The U.S. Congress should help the policy change happen.

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Looking Backwards: International Women’s Day

Why do we tolerate a gap in leadership on women’s rights?

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Human Rights Day 2014: More Than an Irony?

The United States and Brazil issue landmark reports: How can the world really do better?

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America’s Police: Preparing Urban Warfare

What connects Mexico’s Iguala, Ferguson and New York City?

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Dilma Redux?

Brazil, like the United States, is now polarized politically, with two irreconcilable halves.

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The Best Mother’s Day Gift

Why women around the globe play a central role in creating better economies.

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The New Theology of (Global) Hope

Can Pope Francis save Venezuela’s soul?

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Food and Foreign Policy: A Diplomatic Cuisine

What can food teach us about global conflicts and creative diplomacy?

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