CJFP Winter 2024 Journal

CJFP Winter 2024 Journal

The editorial board is pleased to present the Winter 2024 issue of the Chicago Journal of Foreign Policy. This issue, our first in over a year, would not have been possible without the hard work of our staff at the University, and contributors both at the University and across the country.

It can be found at this link.


Ensuring Gracefulness in Withdrawals: The dynamics of the Early 1970s American Withdrawal from South Korea
By Juan Leal Mendoza

Myanmar in the Dragon’s Shadow: Chinese Patronage and Ascent of the United Wa State Party
By Jason Huang

The Suez and Algeria Problem as One: France and the FLN Contending with the Suez Crisis and its Immediate Aftermath
By Isa Rosario-Blake

The Female Terrorist’s Dilemma: The Structural Impacts of Deviant Women
By Lucy Tobier

The Love of Money and the Cost of Terror: Official Development Assistance and Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
By Hannah Pennington

Impact of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty on Arms
Control Efforts

By Andrew Gary

Realism and Regionalism: The United States in a Multipolar World
By Michael Duggan