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Sarah Moritz

Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | September 20, 2023
We cannot accurately frame something like regional stability concerns without looking to ourselves—as neocolonial or imperial powers—and how we have contributed to the problems in the countries and regions we speak about, writes Sarah Moritz. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | September 20, 2023
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | September 20, 2023
We cannot accurately frame something like regional stability concerns without looking to ourselves—as neocolonial or imperial powers—and how we have contributed to the problems in the countries and regions we speak about, writes Sarah Moritz. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | August 21, 2023
There is significant support for Nigerien coup leader General Abdourahmane Tchiani, who wants to address Niger’s security issues, divorced of French interference, writes Sarah Moritz. Screenshot courtesy of Al Jazeera
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | August 21, 2023
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | August 21, 2023
There is significant support for Nigerien coup leader General Abdourahmane Tchiani, who wants to address Niger’s security issues, divorced of French interference, writes Sarah Moritz. Screenshot courtesy of Al Jazeera
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | January 11, 2023
There are many ways one can be a feminist, but confronting the structural barriers and relationships of power that cause inequalities should be central, writes Sarah Moritz. Unsplash photograph by Shalom de León
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | January 11, 2023
Opinion | BY SARAH MORITZ | January 11, 2023
There are many ways one can be a feminist, but confronting the structural barriers and relationships of power that cause inequalities should be central, writes Sarah Moritz. Unsplash photograph by Shalom de León