In her piece “Where are the Women? Who are the Women?”, Kelsey Coolidge offers a casual but cutting response to Trump’s US National Strategy on Women, Peace, and Security.
This June, the Trump Administration released its Women, Peace, and Security strategy. If you’re like me, you grapple with the contradiction between “grab-them-by-the-pussy” President Trump and the shining achievement of advancing a strategy to reduce conflict by engaging more women. But, in all fairness, it is significant….
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