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Divided, Frustrated and Powerless: U.S. Efforts to Combat Iranian State-Sponsored Terrorism, 1979-89

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Rhetoric Vs Reality: An Assessment of How US Intervention in Afghanistan Failed to ‘Liberate’ Afghan Women, 2001-2009

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‘Mexico Profundo’ Rising: What a Comparative Look at Contemporary Indigenous Uprisings Can Tell Us About Broader Patterns of Discontent in Mexico

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Tragic Masculinity: The Intersectionality of the Mixed-Race Male in Jessie Fauset’s ‘Plum Bun’ and Jean Toomer’s ‘Cane’

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Tocqueville’s American Women

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‘MacArthur’s Unique Experiment’: Voluntary Censorship and Declining Media-Military Relations in the Korean War, June 1950 – December 1950

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“Jamaica is suffering a crisis of masculinity and we don’t talk about it enough”: Historicising the Crisis of Masculinity in Jamaica

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Navigating Dislocation: The Modernist Diasporic Voice of Gwendolyn Bennett

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“Rape, Are We All Victims?”: Divisive Attitudes with Unified Solutions: The Anti-Rape Movement in California and Michigan, 1970-1999

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“Sick For Justice”: The Civil Rights Movement in Fayette and Haywood Counties, Tennessee, 1959 – 1964

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