Though the United States has made significant progress in addressing Islamic extremism since 9/11, there has been a rise in right-wing extremism in recent years. Seth G. Jones explores this phenomena in a Center for Strategic and International Studies Brief titled The Rise of Far-Right Extremism in the United States....
Author: Christina Pineda
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security has released a new report that builds on previous research off of global catastrophic biological risks, or GCBRs. The report, titled Technologies to Address Global Catastrophic Biological Risks, centers on modern technology that can be used to respond to GCBRs. The report points...
Though climate change has been part of the global discourse for some time, the international community has been slow to react to the environmental crisis. This reluctance to act may be attributed in part to the ambiguous nature of climate change: How do we know the climate is really changing?...
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