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Sputnik Moment for U.S. After China Moon Landing?

Sputnik Moment for U.S. After China Moon Landing?

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U.S. Owes Debt of Honor

U.S. Owes Debt of  Honor

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Strike on Syria: What Kind of World?

Strike on Syria: What Kind of World?

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Strike on Syria: Dissenting Voices

Strike on Syria: Dissenting Voices

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The Guns of August Redux

The Guns of August Redux

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U.S. Still Lost in Space

U.S. Still Lost in Space

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U.S. Supports Syrian Online Resistance

U.S. Supports Syrian Online Resistance

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Budget Cuts Diminish U.S. Role in the World

Budget Cuts Diminish U.S. Role in the World

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Looking Forward to SOTU 2013

Looking Forward to SOTU 2013

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Is Liberty Losing Her Voice?

Is Liberty Losing Her Voice?

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U.S. Counters Rising Tide of Internet Censorship

U.S. Counters Rising Tide of Internet Censorship

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Another Look At Captain America

Another Look At Captain America

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Ready for the Foreign Policy Debate?

Ready for the Foreign Policy Debate?

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Survey: U.S. Still A Force for Good

Survey: U.S. Still A Force for Good

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Foreign Policy in the Partisan Age

Foreign Policy in the Partisan Age

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About the Author

Joel Davis
Joel Davis

Joel Davis is the Director of Online Services at the International Studies Association in Tucson, Arizona. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona, where he received his B.A. in Political Science and Master's degree in International Relations. He has lived in the UK, Italy and Eritrea, and his travels have taken him to Canada, Brazil, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, and Greece.

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Areas of Focus:
State Department; Diplomacy; US Aid; and Alliances.

Contact Joel by e-mail at [email protected]

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