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The ideological curtain concealing disarmament

It has always been the case that the enemies of the U.S. are whatever the U.S. is not. This has included Tories, Confederates, Catholics,...

Letters to troops: Imparting thanks to servicemen and women

By: Janine Lano and Edward Dave Dear Troops, Veteran’s Day isn’t just a holiday celebrated so people can have a three-day weekend. While it is a plus,...

Libya is becoming a new front in the fight against ISIS

Last Friday, the U.S. launched an airstrike against the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS, also referred to as “ISIL”) affiliate in...

Economic sanctions by US, allies, is the safest route to fight...

Putin’s recent gains in Crimea are bad news for everybody — some are even calling this the beginning of another Cold War between Russia...

Syria’s damnable decisions: no time to turn a blind eye

Last August, President Barack Obama, wary of the civil unrest in Syria, issued a firm warning to President Bashar al-Assad, saying that the use...

Drone strikes have upsides, but veiled by thick smokescreen

The George W. Bush administration first launched America’s secret aerial warfare on Oct. 7, 2001, a month after the tragic devastation of the Twin...

Attack of the drones: a violation of rights

Unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAV), known commonly as drones, are arguably the most dangerous technological advancement of the 21st century. The involvement of drones...

One-on-one with Delfina Nobel Prize Winner Delfina Leocadia Robles

Firstly, where did your interest in biological engineering come from? I’ve always enjoyed learning things and I think that working in Science gives you that...

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...

Apathetic on Afghanistan: Why the candidates are ignoring voter sentiment

One of the most important indicators of a healthy democracy is responsiveness, or how carefully political leaders acknowledge the preferences of a majority of...