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national security, warfare, and democratic governance
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climate changeClimate change, Arctic security and why the U.S. should join the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea9/30/2020
by Mark Nevitt
Guantanamo Bay, interrogation and torture, military commissions9/17/2020
by Mark Fallon
election security, foreign interference9/15/2020
by Christopher C. Krebs
election security, foreign interference9/8/2020
by Scott Bates
election security, foreign interference9/1/2020
by Dan Vallone
election security, foreign interference8/25/2020
by Chimène Keitner
election security, foreign interference, Poland8/20/2020
by Nina Jankowicz
national security, nuclear weaponry8/19/2020
by Jules Zacher and Theo Wilson