In this video, Security in Context's Janaina Maldonado interviews Amy Fallas on the policies of President of El Salvador Nayib Bukele.

Amy Fallas is a Salvadoran-Costa Rican writer, editor, and historian. She is a former editor of the Yale Journal for International Affairs and a current assistant editor at the Arab Studies Journal. Her published work has appeared in The Washington Post, Jadaliyya, the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy, Mada Masr, HAZINE, the Revealer, Sojourners, Contingent Magazine, and more. She received her MA in History from Yale University and is currently a PhD Candidate in History at UC Santa Barbara. Her research examines religious difference, communal institutions, sectarianism, and historical memory in modern Egypt as well as transnationally between El Salvador and Palestine during the 20th Century. Her creative nonfiction explores these questions through personal and investigative essays on race, religion, and politics in and between Egypt, El Salvador, and the United States.

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May 3, 2024
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