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Freedom for Authoritarianism: Patriotic Hackers and Chinese Nationalis ...

Introduction In 2005, against the backdrop of increasing tensions between China and Japan, servers hosting the website of Tokyo’s Yasukuni Shrine, Japanese Ministry of Defense, National Police, and other websites across Japan were shut down by […]

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“Ulei Română” During World War II and Beyond: Development of the ...

And elsewhere German columns raced By light of burning Russian farms Across the steppes of the Ukraine; These deep incursions, Blitzkrieg paced, Could win the war for German arms. The Allies must a respite gain! Thus […]

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Tunisia Today: Historical Statebuilding Processes as Predictors of Po ...

Tunisia’s post-Arab Spring development has been punctuated by a series of promising successes. Last spring, the BBC couched the nation’s recent passing of electoral law as “one of the last steps towards the country becoming a […]

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How Do Levels of Consent Shape Different Forms of Human Trafficking In ...

Human trafficking is one of the most tragic features of present-day global migration, with an estimated 2 million people being trafficked annually.[1] Although combating human trafficking is a growing priority for many governments, information on the […]

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The Outsiders: How The Lives of Margaret Thatcher and Angela Merkel Cr ...

“We want the Community to move forward as twelve… Europe is strongest when it grows through willing co-operation and practical measures, not compulsion or bureaucratic dreams.” – Margaret Thatcher in the House of Commons (1990) “Nobody […]

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A Selective Sanctuary: “Pinkwashing ...

Every June, the LGBTQ community celebrates pride month. And every year, Tel-Aviv is marketed as a must-visit gaycation destination. From the rainbow-decorated streets filled with scantily-clad, chiseled men …

Letter from the Editors (Vol. 5, Issue ...

Dear Reader: It is with great pleasure that we present you with this fall’s intercollegiate edition of the Yale Review of International Studies. Now in its second year, the …

Book Reviews

The Sword Also Means Cleanness

Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly, and the Making of the Modern Middle East. By Scott Anderson. Doubleday, 2013, 592 pp. $28.95. It begins with his eyes, “light blue and …

Review: China Airborne by James Fallows

With a recent glut of books from political commentators attempting to explore the modern Chinese economy, China Airborne by James Fallows stands out for its unique industry-specific focus. James Fallows, a …

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