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[WSJ] The Mechanics of Russia’s Nuclear Arsenal, Explained

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James Acton PhD

Co-Director Nuclear Policy Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Robert Sanders

Chair, National Security at University of New Haven

Matthew Schmidt PhD

Associate Professor, National Security Department at University of New Haven

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[LA Times] Think food inflation is bad now? Wait till Kroger and Albertsons merge

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Joanna Poznanska PhD

Professor of International Business, Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, WA

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Professor of Management and Marketing at Yale University in New Haven, CT

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Research Fellow at American University in New York City /NY

Simona Mocuta

Chief Economist at State Street Global Advisors in Burlington, MA

Linda Simpson PhD

Professor at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL

Tara Sinclair PhD MA

Professor of Economics & International Affairs, George Washington University in Washington, DC

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[NBC] Vast majority of Republicans support abortion exceptions for rape, incest and mother's health

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Sara Kaplan

Professor, Department of Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies at American University in Washington, DC

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Assistant Professor of Business Law, Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, GA

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President and CEO at National Women's Law Center

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Juan Declet-Barreto PhD MA
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Senior Social Scientist for Climate Vulnerability at  Union of Concerned Scientists Washington, DC • United States English, Spanish

His research maps, analyzes, and finds solutions to the unequal human health and livelihood impacts of environmental hazards, particularly those exacerbated by climate change.

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