Feeling Guilty About #MeToo? Three Ways Men Can Do Something About It

The answer to #MeToo is not for men to hide their heads in the sand. Retreating to the sidelines of these conversations is not going to get us anywhere. Men are the missing link to addressing these problems—and these are the strategies they can use to help women fight back.

What the U.S. Can Learn from Wonder Woman

Perhaps the sweeping success of Wonder Woman across America reflects something more—a longing for a hero with a heart.

Five Steps to a Feminist Foreign Policy

The next administration should build on what has been learned about the correlations between equality, participation and peace. These are the five steps they have to take in order to do it.

The Women’s Vote is the Key to Gender Equality—and National Security

The bottom line? Peace, prosperity and security are not possible anywhere without women’s rights.

Is Washington Ready for a Feminist Foreign Policy?

Whether the traditional foreign policy establishment in Washington wants to admit it, gender has been thrust into the center of global security.

Does America’s National Security Need a Feminist Movement?

The presidential race has fueled raging debates around feminism and misogyny in America. The idea of a woman breaking this glass ceiling has inspired many, but also revealed deep generational fissures in how women view feminism today. In the national security space, the election could usher in the first female commander-in-chief. Yet, we may already […]

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