Iraqi Refugees

Exploring Cultural Idioms of Distress and Other Factors that Limit and Enhance Mental Health Practitioners’ Work with Iraqi Refugees

June 29, 2021

Exploring Cultural Idioms of Distress and Other Factors that Limit and Enhance Mental Health Practitioners’ Work with Iraqi Refugees By Nadyah Spahn Abstract: There are approximately 80,000 Iraqi refugees in the United States, many of whom report severe mental illness but face barriers to treatment. Thus, to improve the mental...

Democracy

Defending Democracy: The Road to Cyber Global Governance in Safeguarding Elections

June 29, 2021

Defending Democracy: The Road to Cyber Global Governance in Safeguarding Elections By Kiana Harkema Abstract: Since Russian interference into the 2016 United States Presidential Election, the need for stronger safeguards against cyberattacks upon elections has never been more apparent. Cyberattacks transcend national borders and require international cooperation if effective deterrence...

Ukraine

Thirty Years Since Independence: Defining Ukraine’s Strategic Culture

June 29, 2021

Thirty Years Since Independence: Defining Ukraine’s Strategic Culture By Arina Gorokhovska Abstract: Back in the late 1980s, the so-called “second world” began falling apart. The collapse of the Berlin wall and the violent unrest that spread through the region marked the end of the Cold War and the beginning of...