November 10, 2012
EPIC is honored to be part of this year’s Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA). Federal employees in the Washington Metropolitan Area have the opportunity to donate to more than 4,400 approved local, national and international charities through the CFCNCA.
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It is Thanksgiving today in the United States. A time for reflection, family, and saying thank you. Here at EPIC we have had an especially monumental year, and we wanted to highlight some of the things for which we are thankful. It was a difficult task, but we narrowed it… Read more
Recently The New York Times Magazine published an article about the bunker-ing of United States embassies in conflict-zones. In it, Robert Worth describes the changing face of American diplomacy; one that is becoming more focused on security. “Security has gone from a marginal concern to the very heart of… Read more
There are, of course, rarely any “silver bullets” to intractable political problems, and this is especially true in the complex world of Iraqi politics, where ethnicity, religion, alliances, history, and power all play keys roles in shaping the political scene. But few issues have proven to be as divisive as… Read more
Since 1990 TED conferences around the world have been inspiring innovation through engaging talks on a variety of topics. Over these last two decades the TED universe has continued to grow and in 2011 3,200 TEDx events took place over 126 countries in 42 different languages.
In October the fantastic… Read more
The U.S. presidential election is tomorrow and though many Americans will exercise their democratic right to vote, voter turnout rates may remain lower than in other parts of the world with only 50% of citizens of some states going to the polls. Today we find inspiration from the people… Read more
The Education for Peace in Iraq Center is an independent 501(c)3 organization committed to lasting peace
and empowering youth in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan.