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  • Headliner: "Why Invest in American Leadership?" - by Joseph R. Biden, Vice President of the United States of America
  • “Fitting In: The Case of Ethnic Russian Estonia” - by Brian Mund | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The Need for Economic Engagement with North Korea” - by Matthew Prusak | University of Southern California
  • “Burgeoning Grievances: An Explanation for the 2012-2013 Rise of Secessionist Sentiment in Catalonia″ - by Lucas Leblanc | College of William and Mary
  • “The Hashemites' Headache: Syrian Refugees and Jordan's National Security"- by Joslyn Hebda | Rhodes College
  • “Salvaging Greece: How to Make the European Union for Europe” - Jan Jaro | Northwestern University
  • “Coffee Price Shocks and Civil War Onset” - by Justin Epstein | New York University
  • “The Multinational in Brazil: Its Impact on Brazilian Democratization” - by Victoria Pisini | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Defining Democracy in Algeria: The Continuity and Change of Post-Colonial Political Representation'” - by Leilani Doktor | Duke University 
  • “The Effects of Urbanization on Water Scarcity in Indian Slums” - Charity Jensen | University of California - Berkeley
  • “The Global Land Rush and China” - by  Claudia Acha | University of Pennsylvania
  • Graduate Corner: “An "African Lion" Emerges: Post-Conflict Growth in Rwanda” - by Marina Tolchinsky | Johns Hopkins University
  • Graduate Corner: "Human Bombs and Child Martyrs: The Transformation of Martyrs into Suicide Terrorists"- by Rachel Levin | University of Pennsylvania

  • Headliner: “Governance of Our Global World” - by Pascal Lamy, Director-General, World Trade Organization
  • “The Rise of the French National Front” - by Logan Finucan | Loyola University Chicago
  • “Tribalism and Nationalism in Iraqi Kurdistan” - by Sam Gertsen | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Embracing Borderlessness in Cyberspace″ - by Jonathan Diamond | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The Chinese, American, and Sudanese Oil Triangle- by Sally Profeta | SUNY Geneseo
  • “Rightwing Nationalists in Japan and the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands” - Maxine Zhang | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Punishing Pariahs: The Efficacy of Economic Sanctions on Rogue States” - by Josh Kutz | Seattle University
  • “UN Security Council Expansion: An Uncertain Future for U.S. Influence” - by Nataliya Langburd | Yale University
  • “Civil Society and Joint Israeli-Palestinian Peace Efforts: The Question of ‘Normalization’” - by Eliezer Peltz | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Chaos, Pure and Simple: Examining the Complexities of the 2001 Economic Crisis in Argentina” - Samuel Maynard and Alexandria Todd | Monmouth University
  • “The Luck of the Irish: Applying the Northern Ireland Peace Agreement to the Cases of Bosnia Herzegovina and Kashmir” - Joseph Cloward | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Ontological Security and the Responsibility to Protect: The United Kingdom and Rationalizing the 2011 Intervention in Libya” - Stephen Christian | Georgia Gwinnett College
  • Graduate Corner: “Ethnicity, Regime Type, and Civil Conflict” - by Arielle Newman | University of Utah
  • APSIA Feature: “Letter to the Reader: Applying to Professional Schools of International Affairs” - by Leigh Sloane | Executive Director, Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA)

  • Headliner:“Advancing European Health Amidst Global Crisis” - by Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization
  • “The Human Right to H20: The Debate over Water Privatization” - by Madeline Christensen | Tufts University
  • “Secular Education: A Peace-building strategy in Afghanistan” - by Casandra Schneider | University of Georgia
  • “What happened to verification? Building a biological weapons convention, 1967-1972″ - by Harrison Monsky | Yale University
  • American Aid in Haiti: What motivates action?” - by Andrew Heinrich | Columbia University
  • “Breakdown of Authoritarian Rule: Egyptian and Tunisian Revolutions during the ‘Arab Spring’” - Allison Cantrell | Rhodes College
  • “Core vs. Periphery: Exploring the structure of economic integration with the Eurozone” - by Noah Rosenthal | The Wharton School
  • “Turkish-Israeli Relations: The unraveling of a remarkable alliance” - by Etan Raskas | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The Fukushima Crisis and its effects on Japan’s nuclear relations” - by Andrew Ju | University of Southern California
  • “Failure to Launch: The curious case for the second Lebanon War” - James Mao | Swarthmore College
  • “Interests and power in the International Criminal Court: Strengthening international legal norms within a sovereign state system” - Alice Xie | University of Pennsylvania

  • Headliner:“Preparing for the Next Generation of Leaders: Looking to the Future, Lessons from the Past” - by José María Aznar | Former Prime Minister of Spain
  • “A Wary Dalliance: How Human RIghts Issues Heighten the Ambivalent Relationship between the United States and China” - by Charmaine Hung | University of Pennsylvania
  • “A Game-Theory Analysis of US Efforts to Curb the Colombian Cocaine Trade” - by Saumil Jariwala | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Iraq from 1972-1975: A Case-Study of Power Dynamics in the Cold War” - by Anna Thiergartner | The George Washington University
  • “German Attitudes towards Islam and the Threat to Liberal Democracy” - by David Stern | Tufts University
  • “Analyzing the Causes of the Suez War Through the Lens of Realism” - by Morris Breitbart | Princeton University
  • “Senegal and Guinea: A Comparative Study of Democratic Success and Failures” - by Jessica LeBlanc | University of New Hampshire
  • “HIV Crisis: Stigma and Social Inequalities” - by Lorein Abenhaim | Syracuse University
  • “Why Neoliberalism? The Economic Reasoning behind Post-Apartheid South Africa” - by Rachel Bonds | University of Georgia
  • “NGO and MNC Relationships in the Global Community” - by Jenny Tai | University of Pennsylvania

  • Headliner:“Wars of Necessity, Wars of Choice Reconsidered” - by Richard Haass | President of the Council on Foreign Relations
  • “Baha’i Identity in Islamic Iran” - by Alexandra Leavy | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Resistance and Popular Front: The Push for a National Communist Party in Italy and France” - by Peter Ceretti | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Economic Sanctions: an Effective Tool for Influencing International Behavior in the Twenty-First Century” - by JoAnna Tonini | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Biological Weapons and the Future of Biosecurity: Recommendations and Prevention and Nonproliferation” - by Cory Siskind | Tufts University
  • “We’re Not in Hollywood Anymore: The Effects of Climate Change on Migration” - by Amjad L. Asad | University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • “The U.S. Naval Question in Southeast Asia” - by Brian Chao | Dartmouth College
  • “Czechoslovakia From Totalitarianism to Democracy: Difficulties in Transition” - by Joshua C. Roberts | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Self-Determination, Secession, and Sovereignty: South Ossetia’s Claim to Right of External Self-Determination and International Law”  - by Irina Kotchach | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The Effect of Industrial Agriculture on the Health of Latin American Peasant Farming Communities” - by Elena Blebea | University of Pennsylvania

  • Headliner:"US Foreign Policy at the Dawn of the 21st Century" - by Franklin L. Lavin | Former U.S. Ambassador to Singapore
  • “Brazil’s Contemporary Foreign Policy towards Africa” - by Rachel Doelling | Loyola University Chicago
  • “The Berlin Connection: Locating German-Iranian Relations Within Current Understandings of Post-Unification German Foreign Policy” - by Benjamin E. Power | University of Michigan
  • “Darfur, Sudan: The Question of Genocide” - by Michael Zanchelli | James Madison University
  • “Understanding U.S. Withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol” - by Kristin Sulewski | Michigan State University
  • “How to Rebuild: Understanding the Importance of Culture and Economics in Reconstruction Efforts in Iraq” - by Nada Zodhy | Michigan State University
  • “US Foreign Policy and the Resurgence of Economic Sanctions” - by Patrick E. Shea | Fordham University

  • “Particular Fragmentation in the Age of a New Globalization: An Opportunity for Deepened Democracy” - by Joshua F. Frens-String | University of Michigan
  • “Mexico After NAFTA: A Qualified Success” - by Evan Fain | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Terrorism, Extradition, and International Law” - by Jeffrey Bean | James Madison University
  • “The Evolution of Westphalian Sovereignty” - by Gabriel Fosson | Brigham Young University
  • “The Real Mexican Miracle” - by Sarah Newberger | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Modernity and the Alevis of Turkey: Identity, Challenges, and Change” - by Michael Stewart | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Microfinance: Part of the Solution For Haiti’s Pervasive Poverty” - by Rebecca Busse | San Francisco State University
  • “North Korean Economic Sanctions” - by Micah Kaplan | University of Pennsylvania

  • Headliner:“Two Sides of Globalization” - by Richard A. Clarke | National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counterterrorism
  • “Technology Transfer to Developing Nations: A Review of Frameworks in the Literature and the Proposal of a New Framework” - by Clifford Jones | University of Pennsylvania
  • “A Rosier Future For ‘Rosas’: Crackdown on the Men Who ‘Own’ Them” - by Monica Hortobagyi | Loyola University of Chicago
  • “Understanding Terrorism: A Political Response to a Social Phenomenon” - by Dan Tavana | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Transnational Organized Crime: Its Globalized Roots and the Need for a Globalized Solution” - by Kimberly Hsu | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Necessary Measures in Dealing with the Commercial Use of Outer Space” - by Danielle Vasilescu | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The Complex Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan: Context and Options” - by Mark Robert Brennan | James Madison University
  • “The Nagas of India: A Struggle for Self-Determination” - by Julia Nelson | Baylor University
  • “The Social Effects of the Asian Financial Crisis on Korea” - by Kevin Lau | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The Impact of Iran’s Bushehr Reactor on U.S.-Russian Relations and U.S. Policy Options” - by Breck D. Heidlberg | University of South Carolina

  • “Joining the Club: Contemporary Identity Crisis in Turkey, Effects on EU prospects” - by Charles Maffey | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Impasse or Opportunity? Relations between Iran and the United States” - by Samier Ahsan Mansur | James Madison University
  • “Hamas and Violence: A Comparative Analysis of Islamist Movements” - by Nathan Piper | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Islam and the Nation-State in Southeast Asia: The Defeat of Political Islam?” - by Edward W. Wee | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Laos: A Study of the Last Dinosaur in Southeast Asia” - by Robert Burritt | James Madison University
  • “Oppositional Politics in the Narmada Valley” - by Eamon Lorincz | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Does External Income Really Result in State Autonomy?” - by Neil F. Rudisill | University of Pennsylvania
  • “An Evaluation of U.S. Actions Along Its Southern Border: An Examination of International Legal Obligations” - by Dillon M. Kuehn | University of Pennsylvania
  • “Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations: The Pashtunistan Frontier Dispute” - by Megha Narayan | University of Pennsylvania

  • “Balancing Acts: A Comparative Look at National Security and Civil Liberties” - by Kevin Cronin | Michigan State University
  • “An Analysis of the International Court of Justice’s Decision on the U.S. v. Iran (1979)” - by Joseph H. Fitzgerald | Brigham Young University
  • “France: NATO or the EU” - by Andrea Friesen | James Madison University
  • “The Economic Context for the North Korean Nuclear Program” - by Joseph M. Kessel | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The International Criminal Court, International Criminal Law and State Sovereignty in the 21st Century” - by Alexandre A. Adriano | University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh
  • “U.S. Ratification of the International Criminal Court” - by Kathryn Schiele | James Madison University
  • “Internal Migration and Subsidies in Norway” - by Harald Havnen | University of Pennsylvania
  • “The Course of Political Development in Uganda and its Effects on Economic Development” - by Kristin Leefers | Michigan State University
  • “China’s National Interests and International Agricultural Trade” - by Sean J. Murphy | University of Pennsylvania
  • “On the Way to Development: A Comparative Study of Belarus & South Korea” - by Maksim Piskunov | University of Pennsylvania