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Europe Cannot Be a Passive Observer of American Democratic Backsliding

What American domestic instability means for European allies
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Boycotting the Olympics: Five Questions about the US’s Diplomatic Boycott of the Winter Games in Beijing

Here are five things to know about the diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, according to SIS professor Robert Kelley.
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5 Things to Know about Germany’s New Leadership

We spoke with SIS professor Garret Martin, co-director of the Transatlantic Policy Center, to learn more about Germany's new chancellor and the current coalition government.
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After 30 Years, Professor Paul Wapner Says Goodbye to SIS

Professor Paul Wapner, retiring after 30 years at SIS, answers questions about his time at AU and the evolution of global climate policy over the past three decades.
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Belarus and the Weaponization of Migrants

The engineering of a crisis in Eastern Europe
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How 2021 Made History

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How 2021 Made History

SIS faculty list the year's events that they believe will make it into future history books.
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China and Taiwan

How a careful U.S. response could avert a crisis
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Members of the Sikhona team, including Cyrus Wangari, Agnes Gitonga, Elli Wachtman, Lucy Githambo, and Jane Gitonga.

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SIS Student Founded and Leads Nonprofit Addressing Gender-Based Violence in Kenya

We spoke with Elli Wachtman, SIS/MA '22, about how the Sikhona Research Centre came to be, the center’s work, and why she is pursuing both a master’s degree and Social Innovation for Global Impact graduate certificate.
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ISSS staff 2021

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Bringing the World to AU

Global Eagles are diverse, but one thing they share is that all of them connect, at many points in their journey, with the staff at the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS).
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When Two Orders Meet

What the emergence of a China-led regional order means for its relations with the West
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