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1. An International Perspective on Observing US Elections

2. Putin Prioritizes Syria. Biden Should Too.

3. Stemming the Flow: The United States Needs a Strategy to Address China’s Strategic Exportation of Digital Authoritarianism

4. US Trade Policy in the Biden Administration: The Challenge of China’s Rise

5. Taking al Qaeda Seriously in Afghanistan: Policy Options for the United States

6. Uncertain Days for Scholars as Sino-U.S. Tensions Rise

7. Japan and South Korea Can Lead Post-Pandemic East Asia

8. Kashmir, India, and The United States: Does Economics Trump Human Rights?

9. The Future of US-Kazakhstan Relations

10. US-Iranian Relations Remain on Track for Escalation

11. Libya’s Civil War: US Abdication Providing a Playground for Foreign Intervention

12. Preparing for the Inevitable: Climate Change and the Military

13. Business as Usual, Unusually: North Korea’s Illicit Trade with China and Russia

14. South China Sea Threat Assessment: Is China a Threat or a Paper Tiger?

15. Sanctions, Scarcity, and the Depressing Reality of Iranian Healthcare

16. Ambassador Richard Morningstar on Energy and Geopolitics in the Caspian Region

17. The Intersection of Poetry and U.S.-Mexican Border Affairs in Natalie Scenters-Zapico’s “Lima :: Limón”

18. What Can FEMA Learn from the Historic 2017 Hurricane and Wildfire Seasons?

19. Hitting Home: Cyber-Hybrid Warfare in Ukraine and Its Impact on the United States

20. Civilians Versus Their Governments: China, the United States, and the Changing Nature of Conflict and Security in Africa

21. Catching Up: China’s Developing Military Power

22. Building a Multi-Directional Transnational Solidarity Movement

23. Big Tech, Antitrust, and Breakup

24. A Court Worth Having? Growing Pains at the International Criminal Court

25. PART II: (Un)Accountability for Torture

26. Part I: (Un)Accountability for Torture

27. What North Korea’s Push for Economic Development Means for Human Rights

28. The Arms Trade and Syria