As the international liberal order transforms, American discourse intensifies, policies grow more uncertain, and the influence of expertise dims, ground-breaking analyses matters more than ever. This volume, our contributors have explored the theme of revisionism–undoing some the most basic assumptions of the rules, expectations, and limits of order. What are the motivations of revisionist policies? How can we regulate revisionist actors? Is a return to a free and fair system possible? This issue, our writers address these immensely important questions.
We thank the students that produced incredible analyses and policy recommendations for this first edition of Volume III:
- Andrew Fallone: Fault Lines in the Groundwork: The Shortcomings of New Public Management in Asian Nations
- Caroline Rose: The Sochi Dialogue; A Pathway for Russian Neo-Revisionism in the Levant
- Olivia Valone: Finding Hell in Libya; The Failure of the EU’s Human Rights Regime
- Claire Spangler: Forgetting Franco: The Creation of a New Spanish Identity
- Stephanie Hernandez: The Fate of the Temporary Protection Status in El Salvador
- Jonathan Scolare: The Arctic Theater; Revisionism Through Exclusive Economic Zones
- Dayana Sarova: NATO À La Carte, And Other Ways France Tried to Resist American Hegemony
- Michael Donaher: Trump’s tax cuts are overly-optimistic, likely to inhibit long-term growth
- Annmarie Conboy-Pasquale: Revising Campus Sexual Assault Policy: President Obama’s Rollout Versus Secretary Devos’ Rollback
- Gabe Delsol: Building Walls in the Sand: The Dangers of Securitizing Borders in the Sahel
- Kevin Weil: Rising and Falling Powers: Will the United States Peacefully Exit the Global Stage?
- Reagan Williams: How the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Influences American Foreign Policy: A Case Study
World Mind contributors know that diverse analyses and discourse are incredibly pertinent to policy discussions; this volume, we offer fresh perspectives on many of the ‘hard questions’ our leaders and constituents have to face. We thank you for your readership and interest in the work we produce.
Executive Editor of the World Mind Magazine