The Illini Journal of International Security - Vol 5, No 1, 2019

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  • Tymoszenko, Chloe (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2019)
    Human trafficking is an issue in almost every country across the world and yet it is often overlooked by those in the national security field. Funds from human trafficking are directly used to fund illicit activities like ...

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  • Johnston, Madison K. (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2019)
    This article reviews the evolution of intelligence gathering methods from the late 1800’s to the Cold War. While the changes in these methods can be directly connected to the development of improved technology and changing ...

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  • Meyer, Paisley Ann (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2019)
    The annexation of Crimea and continued Russian aggression into Ukraine’s eastern border directly defied the 1994 Budapest Memorandum. Under this agreement, Ukraine was given sovereignty and territorial assurances, and in ...

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  • Cleary, Zachary (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2019)
    In response to the inevitable destruction of its territorial caliphate, the Islamic State (IS) has transitioned to an insurgency in Iraq. This insurgency is active and increasingly well entrenched. The Iraqi government has ...

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  • Chaudhari, Siddharth Singh (Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security, 2019)
    This article explains why Pakistan supports the Afghan Taliban. It contends that Pakistan has extensive systematic incentives to do so. Furthermore, internal Pakistani dynamics enable and encourage support for the Taliban. ...

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