While the world is preoccupied with Russia, another unpredictable adversary is acting up under the radar.
Eva Hartman is a sophomore at USC majoring in International Relations and minoring in Global Heath. When writing for GPI, she focuses on African affairs, public health, and the future of United States security. She is also a founding member of USC's Global Research, Innovation, and Training (GRIT) Lab and is a former researcher for the Near Crisis Project.
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