Europe and Eurasia

By Ian Hutchinson
Contributing Writer
October 27th, 2016

In the wake of Islam Karimov’s death in Uzbekistan, the United States must take steps to ensure stability in the country, even if it means foregoing efforts at democratization.

By Megan Rutter
Contributing Writer
October 20th, 2016

By Pikria Saliashvili
Contributing Writer
January 8, 2016

The conflict in Syria will only be solved through international cooperation. However, the United States should be wary of negotiating away its key interests.

By Tyler West
Contributing Writer
September 9, 2015

Simple changes to EU immigration policy would alleviate Europe’s migrant crisis.

By Davis Florick
Contributing Writer
10 August 2015

Moscow-initiated financial support for Athens could spell trouble for economic and political stability in Europe.

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