Morocco is known for its beautiful Hispano-Moorish and Islamic architecture: horseshoe arches, large domes, and ornate geometric patterns. But one of the country’s most visited landmarks, the Jardin Majorelle — a botanical garden that surrounds a cobalt blue and yellow villa — is unlike any other.
Approximately 67 million people
With a population of around 16 million, Senegal is the westernmost country on the African continent.
Ethiopian cuisine is known for its distinct and well-seasoned flavor. Some may assume meal options are limited to meat-based dishes, but locals incorporate the diverse plant life of Ethiopia in a variety of vegan and vegetarian foods.
Best known as the main ingredient in Brazil’s national cocktail—the caipirinha—cachaça is to Brazil what tequila is to Mexico.
Germany may be well-known for its many types of sausages, but bread is also an important part of the country’s cuisine and culture.
In this episode we speak with Aleia Maculam, a Program Officer at the National Security Education Program (NSEP). We discuss federal employment, the Boren hiring authorities, and managing the NSEP exclusive job board.
In this episode, Dr. Valery Perry discusses her experience working in the Western Balkans in Conflict-Resolution. Her focus is on postwar political dynamics, good governance and social reconstruction.
Japan’s Seto Inland Sea is home to an archipelago of 3,000 small islands.