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Americans should care about international affairs

In light of recent events in the Gaza Strip, along with numerous other consequential developments around the world, many Americans have become disinvested from...

Pandas leaving U.S. zoos are another sign of the deteriorating relationship...

As the nation, as well as the rest of the globe, departs from the haze COVID-19, the structure of society seems to be returning...

Government shutdowns will have negative impacts on America’s international goals

On Saturday September 30, former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy struck a surprising flashpoint spending deal with Democrats to avert a painstaking government shutdown, at...

School of Public Policy Former Foreign Service Officer Jesse Coronado Seminar

The School of Public Policy hosted a seminar with former Foreign Service Officer Jesse Coronado on October 24. This seminar was a part of...

President Obama’s legacy: better than most but still disappointing

The Obama presidency has often been characterized as an era of change and progress best expressed with his campaign slogan, “Yes We Can!,” as...

North Korea: a country filled with empty threats

I recently watched a documentary on the freelance journalism website VICE about the country of North Korea and how its economy, military and overall...

The Middle East: taking a turn for the worse

The bombing needs to stop. For anyone unaware of the protestors at the Bell Tower lately, this is the phrase that has been glued...

The US needs to buckle down on the war in Afghanistan

The war in Afghanistan is the longest war in U.S. history. After 11 years of occupation, the war with the Taliban, a war of...

Nuclear advances make conflict with Iran imminent

It’s hard to follow the news on Iran these days without experiencing a bit of déjà vu. 10 years is a long time, particularly...