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A Transatlantic Perspective on Arctic Security

How can Europe and North America address common security concerns in the Arctic while trying to overcome distinct challenges in the High North?
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Global Trade, Security, and Diplomacy Amid the Red Sea Crisis

We asked SIS professors Daniel Bernhofen, Joshua Rovner, and Ambassador Sally Shelton-Colby to highlight the impact of the Red Sea crisis on global trade, security, and diplomacy.
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Understanding Pakistan's Election Results

SIS professor and Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies Akbar Ahmed explains the implications of Pakistan’s general election results.
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Does the US Really Have an Immigration Crisis?

An interview with American University’s Ernesto Castañeda
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Understanding Iran's Use of Terrorist Groups as Proxies

Iran’s influence can be felt in multiple ongoing conflicts in the Middle East due to its use of terrorist groups as proxies. To learn more, we asked SIS professor Joe Young to explain Iran’s use of these groups.
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Building a Shared Approach to a Global Challenge: Outlining a Transatlantic Agenda for Migration

How can the EU and US develop humanitarian-based migration policies?
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The Vatican

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The Vatican, LGBT Rights, and the Anti-Gender Movement

The Vatican, under the leadership of Pope Francis, has recently released statements about blessing same-sex civil unions and the roles transgender people may hold within the Church.
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William Akoto Joins SIS Faculty, Brings Expertise in Cyber Conflict

Professor William Akoto joins the SIS faculty and Department of Foreign Policy and Global Security.
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Taiwan's Incoming President Lai Ching-te

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Three Questions on Taiwan’s Presidential Election

Ambassador and SIS professor Piper Campbell analyzes the results of Taiwan’s high-stakes presidential election in this Q&A.
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Afghan Scholars-in-Exile Providing Online Education for Girls Living under Taliban

AU's Bashir Mobasher leads group of exile scholars providing online classes for Afghan girls who are banned from pursuing an education under Taliban rule
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