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North Korea: America’s Next Ally

By February 26, 2018

International:

North Korea is advancing its nuclear program at an unforeseen pace. Many experts agree that the rogue nation is already capable of launching a nuclear… Read More ›

The Rohingya Genocide: A textbook example of ethnic cleansing

By October 20, 2017

International:

Violence against the Rohingya, a small ethnic group based in Myanmar, has escalated to the point of genocide, and only international efforts can end the… Read More ›

Neil Gorsuch: A divisive Justice and a conflicted Senate

By September 3, 2017

Politics:

Neil Gorsuch is one of the most qualified Supreme Court Justices in American history, but he’s also a divisive choice for today’s political landscape. Gorsuch… Read More ›

Standing Up for Standing Rock: The Dakota Access Pipeline

Standing Up for Standing Rock: The Dakota Access Pipeline

By March 9, 2017

International:

Ever since the colonization and founding of the United States, Native Americans have been treated as second class citizens. Not only did the early colonists… Read More ›

The Supreme Court: The benefits of a Democratic majority

The Supreme Court: The benefits of a Democratic majority

By January 15, 2017

Domestic Policy:

Next week’s election will define the American political landscape in a variety of ways, from the selection of the new American President to the future… Read More ›