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Daniel Allen
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National Security Studies at a Christian University
This essay approaches two interrelated topics. First, what
does it mean to be part of the security studies field? Second, are there unique
considerations for how faith-based institutions approach the field? Addressing
these topics will help articulate some ...

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Studying Politics with a Faith Perspective
You don’t have to choose between being a person of faith and
a scholar. I see at least three ways that my faith in Christ and my
appreciation of the academic discipline of political science have affected each
other in positive ways. Peace about my views The...

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Studying Politics with a Faith Perspective
You don’t have to choose between being a person of faith and
a scholar. I see at least three ways that my faith in Christ and my
appreciation of the academic discipline of political science have affected each
other in positive ways. Peace about my views The...

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First Reaction to the 2014 Midterms
It's been a long time since I've posted something on here, and no time like the day after the 2014 midterm election turned into a trip down Beatdown Boulevard* for the Democrats. Here's my quick take on what I'm looking at going forward, with some help from...

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More than meets the eye, with insight on current events.

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How Brett Favre Teaches Us About Politics
I decided to go back through my
social media feeds for mentions of recently released Taliban prisoner  Army Sgt. Bowe
Bergdahl. My N=1 findings match those of this Vox piece  regarding the about-face
done by many of Bergdahl’s fiercest advocates. It may be ...

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Obama's Foreign Policy: Art of the Possible or Playing out the String?
Today, President Obama chose a West Point commencement address to revisit for the public his administration's foreign policy. The address will be picked apart by many, but it is unlikely to go down in history like Bush's 2002 commencement speech in terms of...

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