Hemispheres 2012: Transitions and Regime Changes

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EMISPHERES The Tufts University Journal of International Affairs A Tufts Undergraduate Student Publication

articles Taste the Influence: The Spread of Gastro-Diplomacy in Asia Youhee Choi, Stacey Cho, Euncho Chong, Elizabeth Rose, and Hyobin Kim

The Evolution of International Criminal Justice: A Hybrid Solution is Born


United States Cyber Strategy: Determining the Governing Theory for a New Domain Sara Mishra

The Crossroads of the Americas . . . and of Asia? Leland Lazarus

Bringing Down the “Big Man”: Ethnic Patronage, Election Violence, and Constitution Reform in Kenya Meghan Hussey

Democratization Diverted: Responses to the 2010 Revolution in Kyrgyzstan and Their Global Resonance John Turiano

#ArabSpring: Information Flows, Networked Dissent, and Resonant Frames Elizabeth Pis

Photographic Exploration Lenses of Truth Saman Nargund and Sarah Fields

Interview Looking Back at Afghanistan and Looking Forward for the U.S. in International Affairs: Sitting Down with Matthew Hoh Interview by Avantha Arachchi



Revolution and Reform Under the Historical Lens Richard Ammerman

Things Aren’t What They Used to Be: The Future of American Foreign Policy

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Danielle Smogard

Jacob Clark

Can Hip Hop Save the Middle East? A Look at the Potentialities of Palestinian and Israeli Hip Hop Ati Waldman


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