Isolation (tagged articles)
Mycobacteriophage Meru: Isolation and Characterization of a Novel Mycobacteriophage
Merit P. George - Mycobacteriophage are the most prevalent type of microorganism present in the biological universe. In fact, since the first mycobacteriophage was isolated in 1947, well over 2000 new viruses have been identified (Mycobacteriophage Database). The vastness in number... Keep Reading »
The Weakest Link: Credible Deterrence Threats and Alliance Entrapment
Elizabeth Calos - Over the past 20 years, the international order has been characterized by the conflict between the United States' desire for isolationism and its desire to maintain hegemony. While the United States has initiated and continued wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that are... Keep Reading »
The Problems With American Exceptionalism
Timothy Borjian - In 2001, German President Johannes Rau made a statement that divided Germany. In an interview with a television station, Rau said that although he is “pleased and grateful” to be German, he cannot be “proud” of it––as “it is... Keep Reading »
The Illusion of US Isolationism
Eugenio Lilli - As of September 2011, the United States was involved, at different levels, in military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Yemen and Somalia. America has more than 700 military installations overseas , and its military expenses account for almost half of the world... Keep Reading »
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