Bonded in the Bloodlands: Old Lessons from New Europe

By Erik Kacprzyk The February 24th Russian invasion of Ukraine has provoked demonstrations of solidarity from governments and societies across

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Global Islamophobia: China, India, and Beyond

By Mohamed Elshekh State-sponsored persecution and unlawful vigilantism characterize the sociopolitical conditions of many Muslim minority communities. The French Senate’s

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Targeted Disinformation Campaigns

Photo credit: Kayla Velasque By: Sara Fakik Editors: Nicole Kalczynski & Becca Blaser Disinformation is defined as deliberately misleading information or

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From Business Casual to Business Formal: The Future of U.S.-Japan Relations

By: Kassi Bourne Around the world, countries are facing transitions in power and paradigms. With the imminent inauguration of a

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