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by Thomas Weil ’22 Note: The following interview was conducted in late May 2021 and details surrounding the assault on the Capitol or CPOST’S work may have been updated in the interim. CPOST’s most recent report on the topic, titled “Why we cannot afford to ignore the American
By Victoria Denaro, Boston College Tonight, the sun will set on the barbed wire barricade along the Polish-Belarusian border, casting darkness over the thousands of people left there to fight for their lives. A week of enduring starvation, beatings, and freezing temperatures has passed for the masses of Middle Eastern
By: Samuel Loh, Oxford 2022 The escalating competition between the US and China has raised important, but not necessarily new, questions about how American policymakers should envision Southeast Asia’s role in this struggle of veritable world giants. Southeast Asian countries have generally signaled their discomfort with China’s increasingly