Information on vaccines for pregnant women differs, depending on the country. Making the choice to get the shot while pregnant can get complicated, explains Valerie Fernández, who faced the decision herself in Arizona.
This week, Critical State, our foreign policy newsletter, takes a deep dive into recent research on the state of US opinion about gender in foreign policy in the years since combat units were integrated.
January marked five years since the US military opened up combat arms billets to women, shifting the way women are treated within the military and the way the US government thinks about gender and security.
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