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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Friend or Foe? Turkey’s Future with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

By: Zachary Walsh Turkey’s Interventionism and Expanse of Influence           Over the last two years, NATO’s grievances with Turkey have significantly

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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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A New Sudan: How al-Bashir’s Trial Could Move the Country Forward

Image Credit: Ashraf Shazly/AFP By Mohamed Elshekh The Former President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, managed to seize control of the

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The Implications of President Trump’s Pardon on International Law

Photo Description: From left, Lieutenant Clint Lorance, Major Mathew L. Golsteyn, Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher. Photo Credit: Sandy Hyffaker/

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What Comes Next in Venezuela?

by Michael Dombrowski  For weeks, Venezuela has been caught in a political crisis between the incumbent President Nicolás Maduro and

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Implications of Climate Change for Security in Sub-Saharan Africa: Increased Conflict and Fragmentation

by Carmel Davis “However, the effects of accelerating climate change in low-income SSA is likely to decrease central government authority

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