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Millennials: It's About Time We Care

I’m a 90’s-born millennial with an undergraduate diploma from an internationally recognized university. I’ve traveled to 22+ countries, currently living in Australia. I’ve spoken with people of all ages, nationalities and political beliefs. 941 more words

Professor KP

ISIS and the Islamic State: Driven to the Brink of Cooperation

As ISIS formally declares the existence of an Islamic Caliphate from Aleppo, Syria to Diyala, Iraq, there are many reasons to worry about the stability of the Middle East, the viability of democracy in religiously and ethnically divided countries like Iraq, and even the possibility of future jihadist attacks on the United States. 809 more words

International Conflict

Prospect Theory and International War

Introduction

International conflict can be “conceived as a set of interactive and interdependent decision problems that arise within the context of world politics” (Stein, 2002, p. 2,309 more words