Cash Transfers and External Aid: Can the Developed World Effectively Foster Development?

Natalie Schreffler discusses the effectiveness of cash transfers in the developing world.

Modernizing the Convening Authority: Striking a Balance Between Command Control And Individual Rights Under the UCMJ

Ben Haight looks at some possible reforms for the U.S. military judicial system.

Saudi Arabia, the UN Security Council, and the Future of U.S.-Saudi Relations

Chloé Maiers discusses Saudi Arabia’s rejection of the UNSC seat and how it reflects on the relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.

The U.S. Government Shutdown Damaged America’s Standing In The International Community

Richard Guerra looks at how the international community views the U.S. after its recent government shutdown.

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