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Each spring, the Cyber Project at Georgetown University's Institute for Law, Science, and Global Security convenes a conference of leading international experts from academia, the private sector, a
While the president is the commander in chief, the US Congress plays a critical and underappreciated role in civil-military relations—the relationship between the armed forces and the civilian lead
Once dismissed as ineffectual, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has in the past twenty years emerged as a powerful international organization.
Safe from the battlefields of Europe and Asia, the United States led the post-World War II global economic recovery through international assistance and foreign direct investment.
At the end of the nineteenth century, the United States emerged as an economic colossus in command of a new empire.
According to security elites, revolutions in information, transport, and weapons technologies have shrunk the world, leaving the United States and its allies more vulnerable than ever to violent th
Though a US-China conflict is far from inevitable, major tensions are building in the Asia-Pacific region.
Mission Creep: The Militarization of US Foreign Policy? examines the question of whether the US Department of Defense (DOD) has assumed too large a role in influencing and implementing US
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