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Imposing Power on the Ivory Tower
Tactics of State Takeover at New College of Florida and Boğaziči University
Jacob Wentz
 
Why Balancing AI Proliferation and Regulation is Challenging but Necessary
Benedicta Kwarteng
 
War and Democracy
Examining Ukraine's Judiciary Under Martial Law
George Kent
 
Navigating Risk
China's Aircraft Carrier Strategy
Aina Turillazzi
 
Opportunities for Economic Policy
Aging within Global Labor Markets
Noah Yosif & Max Aldrich
 
The Establishment of the African Medicines Agency
A Reflection of African Regional Integration Efforts
Josefine Petrick
 
Everyone Disliked That
Russian Threats and the Global Nuclear Order
Jack Kennedy
 
Nature Finance
An Opportunity to Drive Economic Resilience and Climate Action
Simone Weichenrieder
 
The Rationale for an Independent UN Military Culture
Caroline Klaff
 
The Trans-Pacific Narcotics Pipeline
Analyzing the Interconnectedness of Organized Crime in the Indo-Pacific and the Subsequent Destabilization of Pacific Periphery Nations
Moxie Thompson
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The SAIS Europe Journal of Global Affairs (SEJGA) is a graduate student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish peer-reviewed articles for policy makers, academics and professionals interested in the world's most pressing policy issues.

With a student body in China, Europe and the United States, the SAIS community is built on a strong foundation of intersecting perspectives. Motivated by its rich global history, SEJGA provides a specialized forum on issues of security, environment, politics, economics and development to contribute to the pursuit of deeper insight into policy making.

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