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Europe’s Quiet Quest for Energy Security

While much attention has focused on the European Union’s climate goals for 2030, Europe has quietly made considerable progress in strengthening its energy security

Rainbow and Rank: Research for Inclusive Military Leadership

21 November 2014

Joshua Polchar, a Strategic Analyst at the Hague Center for Strategic Studies, makes the case for the importance of empirical research to support leaders who lobby to increase LGBT rights.

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Personal Data Security – why we should care

21 November 2014

We, as owners of our personal digital lives, still need to care about what steps we take in order to protect our vital information.

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A More Perfect Union

21 November 2014

Donnell White, a Fall 2014 American Marshall Memorial Fellow, argues that only with robust diversity and inclusion in politics can we hope to build a more perfect union.

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Women, Politics and the Essence of Activism

20 November 2014

Rana Birden-Corbacioglu, a Fall 2014 European Marshall Memorial Fellow, argues that women's rights advocates in Turkey should learn from American activists' track record.

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The Call to Service

20 November 2014

Amy Wirts, a Fall 2014 American Marshall Memorial Fellow, reflects on what it truly means to serve others.

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Finding Water in the Great American Food Desert

19 November 2014

Morten Damm Krogh, a Fall 2014 European Marshall Memorial Fellow, argues that America's food future lies with locally supported agriculture and not with big agribusiness.

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In Defense of Taking Action

18 November 2014

Panagiotis Exarchos, a Fall 2014 European Marshall Memorial Fellow, reflects that the American readiness to embrace failure on the road to success has inspired him to renew his political activism in Europe.

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America’s Decision Making Process – A Good Practice?

18 November 2014

Rozalina Laskova, a Fall 2014 European Marshall Memorial Fellow, discusses the difficulty involved in maintaining citizen involvement in democratic processes.

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Don’t Just Fight the Islamic State Group – Fight for the Multi-State

16 November 2014

Last week, U.S. President Barack Obama doubled his country’s troop and financial commitment to fight the Islamic State group (ISIS).

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Hasten to Success: What Europe Can Learn From One Block in Sarajevo

14 November 2014

Bradford Pearson, a Fall 2014 American Marshall Memorial Fellow, reflects on the ethnic and religious divisions that exist in Europe today and points to the hope that exists in spite of entrenched conflicts.

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