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Seyward Darby

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@ForeignPolicy Deputy Editor, Print. Lover of longform, animals, horror movies, TV (all of it). Member of FP's #humanrightscaucus. RTs = you know.

What a Genocide 100 Years Ago Reveals About the War in Syria Today

What a Genocide 100 Years Ago Reveals About the War in Syria Today
foreignpolicy.com — 2015 Global Thinkers Ara Oshagan, Levon Parian, and Vahagn Thomasian discuss how the world hasn't changed since the slaughter of their Armenian ancestors. By Seyward Darby is a story editor at Foreign Policy. She was previously an editor for the Seyward Darby New Republic and Transitions Online , a Prague-based web magazine covering the former communist space.

What is the Breaking Point for Non-Violent Resistance?

Global Thinkers: What Are Africa’s New Missionaries Peddling?

Global Thinkers: What Are Africa’s New Missionaries Peddling?
foreignpolicy.com — 2014 Global Thinker and visual artist Sam Hopkins joins FP contributor Michela Wrong to discuss the aid industry's skewed view of East Africa-and how artists can offer a better picture. By Seyward Darby is a story editor at Foreign Policy.

Is the World Losing a Generation of Syrians to Trauma?

Is the World Losing a Generation of Syrians to Trauma?
foreignpolicy.com — FP contributor Lauren Wolfe and Wendy Young, head of Kids in Need of Defense, discuss the hardships children endure when they flee war - and when they cross U.S. and EU borders. By Seyward Darby is a story editor at Foreign Policy.

The Amtrak crash and the fear of losing people we love

The Amtrak crash and the fear of losing people we love
chicagotribune.com — When I was 20, the man I was dating died. We were traveling together thousands of miles from home in a remote part of Southeast Asia, and one morning, he didn't wake up. His breathing was labored and intermittent.

I was on the Amtrak train that crashed. It made me confront my own mortality.

I was on the Amtrak train that crashed. It made me confront my own mortality.
washingtonpost.com — When I was 20, the man I was dating died. We were traveling together thousands of miles from home in a remote part of Southeast Asia, and one morning, he didn't wake up. His breathing was labored and intermittent.

Epiphanies From Teju Cole

foreignpolicy.com — Teju Cole seems to live to experiment. The Nigerian-American writer has penned two books -- 2011's acclaimed Open City and this year's Every Day Is for the Thief (published in Nigeria in 2007) -- that defy American readers' traditional idea of what has become known as "immigrant literature."

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