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Analyzing the Growing Competition Among China, Russia, and the United States in the Arctic Region
Analyzing the Growing Competition Among China, Russia, and the United States in the Arctic Region

Author provides analysis of growing competition in the Arctic region. By Hadia Safeer Choudhry. (04/30/2024)

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United States Targeted Killings and Ethics
United States Targeted Killings and Ethics

Paper asks and analyzes, Is it ethical for the United States to execute targeted killings? By Ryan Ezhari. (03/05/2024)

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Reviewing the US-Vietnam Relationship under the Biden Administration
Reviewing the US-Vietnam Relationship under the Biden Administration

Essay examines the US-Vietnam relationship and its future. By Nga Hong Nguyen. (01/17/2023)

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The Trump Administration is a Stain That the United States Cannot Erase from the World
The Trump Administration is a Stain That the United States Cannot Erase from the World

Author reflects on the Trump Administration and impacts on the current Biden Administration. By Aidan Fernandes. (12/19/2023)

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U.S.-China Relations Have No Bright Future Amid Mutual Confrontation
U.S.-China Relations Have No Bright Future Amid Mutual Confrontation

Current US-China relations are marked by a lack of sufficient will and ability on both sides to establish and maintain a set of international behavior rules and order that all parties (at least) ba... Read More...



Intelligence analysis of Iraq’s nuclear potential ahead of the 2003 war was flawed
Intelligence analysis of Iraq’s nuclear potential ahead of the 2003 war was flawed

Essay argues that the intelligence analysis was flawed owing to politicization and inefficiencies in the intelligence cycle. By Lakshmy Ramakrishnan. (09/03/2023)

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Migrants are Humans Too
Migrants are Humans Too

Author calls for reform of US immigration policies. By Iuri M. Piovezan. (08/28/2023)

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The Supreme Court's Decision on Affirmative Action: A True Loss for Society
The Supreme Court's Decision on Affirmative Action: A True Loss for Society

Author argues that the Supreme Court's recent ruling on affirmative action is a backwards step in our collective mission for equality. By Iuri M. Piovezan. (07/27/2023)

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Lawfare and Foreign Influence on Politicians – NATO and Portuguese Internal Intelligence Service Ins
Lawfare and Foreign Influence on Politicians – NATO and Portuguese Internal Intelligence Service Ins

Politicians from a given country can be the targets of influence operations directly or indirectly conducted by adversary states, by turning to various instruments such as the media and lobbying fi... Read More...



The Iraq War at 20: The Groundwork for the US-Led Invasion Was Laid Long before 2003
The Iraq War at 20: The Groundwork for the US-Led Invasion Was Laid Long before 2003

On the 20th anniversary of the US-led invasion of Iraq, reflections on policy issues leading up to the war. By Professor Joe Renouard. (03/20/2023)

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The Biden Administration's Latest Migration Proposal is a Step in the Wrong Direction
The Biden Administration's Latest Migration Proposal is a Step in the Wrong Direction

President Biden's latest proposal about migration suggests a betrayal of his promise to “secure our border, while ensuring the dignity of migrants and upholding their legal right to seek asylum.”  ... Read More...



Nixon and Reagan Are Dead. The War on Drugs Should Be Too.
Nixon and Reagan Are Dead. The War on Drugs Should Be Too.

It's time for change from the War on Drugs. By Madeleine Roth. (12/22/2022)

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The Inflation Reduction Act Should Be Just the Beginning
The Inflation Reduction Act Should Be Just the Beginning

Without more direct intervention on the part of the public sector in combatting the climate crisis, what IRA will produce is a green capitalist industry with profit-making as the overriding concern... Read More...



Let’s Acknowledge Inflation Reduction Act’s Significance — and Its Inadequacy
Let’s Acknowledge Inflation Reduction Act’s Significance — and Its Inadequacy

In this interview, Prof. Robert Pollin examines the Inflation Reduction Act and current U.S. inflation issues. By C.J. Polychronou. (08/10/2022)

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Interview with Noam Chomsky: US Foreign Policy Shaped by Fear of China's Rise
Interview with Noam Chomsky: US Foreign Policy Shaped by Fear of China's Rise

In this interview, Nom Chomsky says, 21st-Century US foreign policy Is shaped by fears of China’s rise.  By C.J. Polychronou. (08/05/2022)

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The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back
The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back

Reflections on U.S. migration detention crisis.  By Madison Adams. (03/28/2022)

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Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?
Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?

In reality, California does not actually have a detailed roadmap for slashing greenhouse gas emissions in order to fulfill the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius... Read More...



The Interregnum and Its Discontents
The Interregnum and Its Discontents

Reflections on the state of democracy and America's declining stature. By Timothy Bovy. (03/01/2022)

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