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Proliferation of Violent Non-State Actors and Islamist Activity in the Sahel
A Case Study on Burkina Faso
Haadiya Ahmed
 
Why Arms Embargoes Fail
Seven Factors Undermining Collective Action
Caroline Klaff
 
Unarmed and Unafraid
The Mozart Group in Ukraine
Alex Choy
 
Limitations and Opportunities
The Soft Power of Chinese Non-Governmental Organizations at Home and Abroad
Zijing Wu
 
International Law's Role in a Strat-Dominated World
"Even the finest warrior is defeated when he goes against natural law. By his own hand he is doomed and all creatures are likely to despise him."
Arthur Appleton and Justin Frosini
 
Pegasus and the Failure of Cybersurveillance Regulation
Shannon Burton
 
Capturing Peru
The Role of the Business Elites in the Country's Neoliberal Trajectory
Rafael Aste
 
Non-State Actors
The Case of Italy on the Verge of Fascism
Nicola Scroccaro
 
The Chances of a Third Nagorno-Karabakh War
Rimon Hossain
 
Reforming the Kafala System in the Gulf
Nada Moghazi
 
Unintended Consequences: Belarusian SOEs, Sanctions and Dependence on Russia
Lina Sawaqed
 
The Slow Food Movement
When Italian Ideas of Identity, Sovereignty and Modernity Go Global
David W. Ellwood
 
Division or Unity?
Difference in Antisemitism Perception in the Russian Jewish Community
Petr Pesov
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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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