Tag Archives: Humanitarian Aid

Cup of News – May 10, 2017

The best policy analysis from around the wonky world, May 10h, 2017

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Breaking Into the International Humanitarian Field

If you’re interested in aiding the millions of innocent civilians who are bearing the brunt of humanitarian disasters around the world, it is going to take more than an IR degree to know exactly how to effectively empower these disadvantaged populations.

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US Air Action in Iraq: Why Now and Why Not Syria?

This week, the US finally took the gloves off and directly involved itself in the current fighting in Iraq when US warplanes bombed IS (Islamic State) targets near the city of Erbil. The US also airdropped humanitarian aid to civilians fleeing the advance of IS (also commonly referred to as ISIL and ISIS). While the move was welcomed by Iraqi

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