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Gendered Impacts of Climate Change: Women as Agents of Change

By Telesha Mahadeo, Staff Editor The detrimental impact of climate change has gained notoriety due to observable effects on the world’s oceans, biodiversity and ecosystems, food security, human health, and weather conditions. However, research also indicates that women are disproportionately affected […]


Putin’s Petroleum Paradise

Adriianna M. Lagorio is pursuing a M.A. in Security Policy Studies at the Elliott School of International Affairs with specializations in Latin American security and counterterrorism. She attended the University of San Diego for her undergraduate degree where she studied […]


Editors’ Note, Summer 2019

Policy work inherently requires us to make rational value judgements, based on facts and evidence. The cherished exchange of ideas between private, non-profit, and governmental organizations — ever evident in Washington, D.C. — suggests that policymakers are heavily influenced by […]


Volume XXVII, No. 2: Summer 2019

Editors’ Note Hatim Bukhari and Jack Stuart The SOUTHCOM Reconnaissance Systems Program in Colombia Tessa McLinden Putin’s Petroleum Paradise Adriianna Lagorio Iran and UAE in Yemen: Regional and Global Ambitions Aaron Tielemans Space Power and Trajectory of U.S. Influence in […]