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The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Its Critics

August 22, 2015 by Erik Lindell
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Domestic opposition has been robust, but U.S. participation is critical to protect American business interests in exploding markets.

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Unleashing the Power of the Atom, Take Two

August 11, 2015 by Seth Lippincott
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A new generation of reactors may be the answer to the dilemma of nuclear waste disposal.

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Foreign Fighters: A Security Threat at Home?

February 18, 2015 by Jacqueline Page
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Over 4,000 American and European citizens have joined the ongoing conflict in Syria and Iraq, with more on the way each month. Now policymakers must decide how to handle fighters who return home.

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Dear Congress: Stay Active on the Global Stage

January 19, 2015 by Heather Le Munyon
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In a letter to the new 114th United States Congress, Fletcher student Heather LeMunyon calls on Congress to concentrate on four areas of U.S. foreign policy to strengthen foreign relations.

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