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ReThink-ing Prevention

Emma Smith May 30, 2023 In 1972, the government of Burundi attempted to slaughter “every possible Hutu male of distinction over the age of fourteen.” Estimates of the final death toll vary by the thousands, but evidence suggests that somewhere…

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The Tight Moments That Humanize Foreign Policy

Raimy Khalife-Hamdan April 27, 2023 “It’s the tight momentsWhere language separates from meaning,Form separates from content,The body separates from the soul,Night from day,Lover from the beloved. It’s the tight momentswhere time separates from space,time from Time,Space from its limits. It’s…

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The Biological Weapons Convention: A Collision of Science and Diplomacy

Sruthi Katakam February 27, 2023 I walked into Salle XIX of the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, immediately dwarfed by the vaunted ceilings and endless rows of desks. As delegates filed in, taking their seats behind placards bearing their…

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