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About Lauren Wolfe

Lauren Wolfe is an award-winning journalist who has written for publications from The Atlantic to The New York Times. She is a columnist at Foreign Policy magazine and the director of  Women Under Siege, a journalism project on sexualized violence in conflict originated by Gloria Steinem at the Women’s Media Center. In 2013, Foreign Policy magazine named Wolfe one of its “FP Twitterati 100,” calling her an “authority on gender and conflict” and Action on Armed Violence included her in their list “Top 100: The Most Influential Journalists Covering Armed Violence.” Twitter: @Wolfe321. Website: laurenmwolfe.com

Articles by Lauren Wolfe

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

When does the violation of women's bodies become a "red line"?

If people divide their understanding of militarized violence into normal and not normal, acceptable and not acceptable, it makes a terrible kind of sense: violence against women has been "normalized".

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