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Nuclear Reactor

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Making the Case for 'Nuclear Now'

SIS professor emeritus Joshua Goldstein has focused his research on climate change for years and now is bringing the nuclear debate into the spotlight in a new documentary.
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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

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Understanding Bangladesh’s Election Results

In this Q&A, SIS professor Tazreena Sajjad provides important context on Bangladesh’s January 7 general election.
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2024: An Important Year for Global Elections

SIS faculty offer insights on the importance of several global elections happening in 2024.
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Constructing a 'Theory of Sabotage'

We asked SIS professor Joshua Rovner a few questions about his recent research article, “Theory of Sabotage.”
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AU students at the UN. Photo courtesy of Ben Mermel.

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From KPU to UN HQ

AU students took a tour of the United Nations Headquarters in New York City this fall.
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The colors of Sudan's flag is shown on a brick background

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How Are Regional and Multilateral Organizations Responding to Sudan’s Crisis?

SIS PhD candidate Sahil Mathur explains how organizations like the African Union and the United Nations are responding to the escalating crisis in Sudan.
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Student tour group in front of the Apollo 11 space capsule

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Fall 2023 Student tour of the Air and Space Museum

Another group of AU students see the real objects and learn from them about how the Space Race reflected the Cold War.
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Flags of different European Union member states against a blue background.

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Geopolitical Change and EU Enlargement: Learning from the Past

What lessons can the EU learn from past enlargement and accession policies?
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Four wooden blocks that spell 2023, with the number three changing to four

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2023: Shaping an Inflection Point or Struggling to Hang On?

As the end of 2023 approaches, Ambassador Earl Anthony Wayne, SIS Distinguished Diplomat in Residence, penned this column about the foreign and domestic policy challenges the US faced this past year—and how those challenges may impact 2024.
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2023 Made History

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How 2023 Made History

In our annual look back, SIS faculty present a list, in no particular order, of the things that made history in 2023.
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