Security Policy

By Aaron Gluck
Staff Writer
July 7, 2015

Despite a May 2015 peace agreement, major arms traffickers still have a potential market in the Central African Republic.

By Robert Souza
Contributing Writer
June 7, 2015

Through a combination of hard and soft power, the United States must pressure the Iraqi government to mend sectarian divides in order to counter ISIS and other extremist groups in the long run.

By Niyara Alakhunova
Contributing Writer
April 28, 2015

The international community must intervene to protect Crimean Tatars from further persecution under Russian rule.

By Stephen Hindes
Contributing Writer
March 29, 2015

The decline of the state as a security provider has necessitated constant global management of emerging threats.


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