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Fishermen for Foot Soldiers
Repercussions of the War for South China Sea Fisheries
Michael Hall
 
Negotiation with Gangs
Adapting Pruitt to Explore State and Gang Negotiations
Alexandria Polk
 
Towards a Revolution in Intelligence Affairs
Artificial Intelligence as a Transformative Force in the Intelligence Cycle
Julien Strandt
 
European Academia is Ripe for Disruption
An Interview with Erik Jones
SAIS Journal Editorial Staff
 
The Longevity of Populism in Brazil
Matthew Hughes
 
The Convergence of Political Values of Citizens Across EU Member States along EU Enlargement Rounds
Victor Vorsatz
 
The European Union's Strategic Autonomy in Geopolitical Digital Struggle
Giorgio Severi
 
The Evolution of TARGET2 Positions in the Eurozone
Moritz Osterhuber
 
COVID-19 Capitalism in Raced Markets
An Interview with Robbie Shilliam and Ali Bhagat
SAIS Journal Editorial Staff
 
Early Trends in Digital Climate Activism During the 2020 COVID-19 Lockdown
Sahar Priano
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.