Institute member Dipali Mukhopadhyay was published by the Washington Post today, along with fellow researcher Romain Malejacq. Their article discusses how to conduct research in conflict zones based off of their own experiences researching the politics of warlords, rebels and foreign interventions in Afghanistan, Somalia and the Turkey-Syria borderland. The article was published in Post‘s forum The Monkey Cage, where political scientists “draw on their own expertise and the discipline’s research to illuminate the news, inform civic discussion, and make some sense of the circus that is politics.”

Read the article “Yes, it’s possible to do research in conflict zones. This is how.” here.