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1. The Russia Factor in China’s Relations with the West

2. Pivotal States, Not Swing States

3. Seeking Safer Shells: An Analysis of Interpretations, Justifications, and Rationales Behind Decisions on North Korean Defectors’ Right to Asylum

4. Revising Organ Procurement Organization Guidelines to Obtaining Family Consent for Deceased Donation: An Anthropologically Informed Policy Proposal

5. Guam in Washington, 1972-Present: The Overlooked Strategic Implications of Congressional Polarization

6. US Hegemony in Latin America: Think Tanks and the Formation of Consensus about the Chinese Presence

7. Fentanyl Precursors from China and the American Opioid Epidemic

8. Ten Years of Democratizing Data: Privileging Facts, Refuting Misconceptions and Examining Missed Opportunities

9. The Polarized American Electorate: The Rise of Partisan-Ideological Consistency and Its Consequences

10. The Monroe Doctrine as the Will and Idea of the United States of America

11. The Growing Presence of Faith-Based Hospitals in California Restricts Access to Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

12. Examining Child Deprivation Across California and How It Could Be Addressed with Early Childhood Education

13. Alaska Electoral Reform: The Top 4 Primary and Ranked-Choice-Voting

14. Alaska’s New Electoral System: Countering Polarization or “Crooked as Hell”?

15. Impact of economic sanctions on net commodity-producing and net commodity-consuming countries

16. What Losing the Iran Deal Could Mean for the Region

17. United States Foreign Policy Towards Jordan From the Political and Security Dimensions from 1990 to 2017

18. East Vs. West: A New Cold War?

19. U.S. Foreign Policy an the War in Ukraine

20. The Role of Democracy Discourse in the Emerging "New Cold War"