This past year has proven to be different than expected. The COVID-19 pandemic still looms in the background of a domestic inflation crisis and international peace conflicts throughout EUrope and Asia. Uncertainty is high and the view of what tomorrow will bring consistently shifts, but there are some things that remain constant. Our interactions with one another—whether digitally or in person—matter. Our ability to sympathize and to come together in troubled times is what makes us human.
Peters,, Zeke Editor-in-Chief
"A Letter from the Editor,"
Sigma: Journal of Political and International Studies: Vol. 39, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sigma/vol39/iss1/2