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What Are the Major Differences between al-Qaeda and the 'Islamic State?'
Inger Kviseth
 
An Ethiopian Development Model
Nils Lange
 
Immigration in the United States: A Red Thread from Past to Present
A comparative study of the McCarran-Walter Act and contemporary immigration policies
Olena Dobrunik
 
The Role of Religious Sectarianism in the New Middle Eastern Cold War
Daniel Cooley
 
Border Security at the Top of African Agendas
Why has border security become so important in African states and whose interests does it serve?
Johannes Gaechter
 
The 9/11 terrorist attacks were a watershed event in world affairs.
Did 9/11 also mark a watershed in the US government's practice of strategy?
Lukas Kisielius
ABOUT

We are welcoming people across disciplines in the pursuit of deeper insight< into policy making.

We believe that deep policy insight comes from drawing upon multiple perspectives to a single challenge.

The SAIS Europe Journal is a graduate student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish peer-reviewed articles for policy makers, academics and professionals who are 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, the SAIS Europe Journal provides a specialized forum on issues of Security, Environment, Politics, Economics and Development.

On saisjournal.org, we're building an ever-evolving archive of knowledge from the world's most inspired professors, graduate students and policy makers. Aside from serving as an important forum on Global Affairs, the SAIS Europe Journal has two other goals.

First, it is designed to be an effective research tool for practicing policy makers. Second, it provides policy makers, academics and graduate students opportunities for refining their work while also making important contributions.