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The Problem With Isolationism

The Problem With Isolationism

“We have enough of our own problems, forget the rest of the world. Our country comes first.” Sure. Everywhere always has problems. Nowhere is perfect. Domestic problems should take some sort of precedent or else tackling global problems becomes more ...

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Iraq’s Latest Scourge

Iraq’s Latest Scourge

No matter what crisis grabs the headlines, from Thailand to Syria, there is always one danger zone in the Middle East which is in constant limbo between recovery from its troubled past, and becoming a failed state. Yet within the ...

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Russia’s 21st Century Nuclear Policy

Russia’s 21st Century Nuclear Policy

By Atul Menon of the Confluence Journal During the tumultuous years of the Cold War and the rivalry between the power blocs of the United States and the Soviet Union, the logic of the realm was largely focussed on a ...

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A Notorious Academic & the Historic Defeat of Palestine

A Notorious Academic & the Historic Defeat of Palestine

 In conversation with  Dr. Norman Finkelstein. “Palestine has never been so alone.” No words have chilled a lecture theater quite like these. Not one to mince his words, Dr. Norman Finkelstein asserted this dark truth to a crowd full of ...

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How the West can Promote LGBT Rights Abroad

How the West can Promote LGBT Rights Abroad

Despite the focus of the world on the worsening situation in Ukraine, news headlines have also been touched on the enactment of Uganda’s infamous anti-homosexuality law. Thankfully, the death penalty provisions that were part of the original 2009 bill have ...

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Thailand Continued: Calm Yet Insecure

Thailand Continued: Calm Yet Insecure

With the attention of the world fixed on Ukraine, the political crisis in other nations are easily over looked. While there has been much less focus on Thailand, there has been a massive development in the protest movement. Between the ...

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Rising Tensions In and Outside an Uncertain Ukraine

Rising Tensions In and Outside an Uncertain Ukraine

At first it seemed like a swift victory for the Ukrainian people. After months of intense protests and violent clashes, Yukanovich abandoned his presidency, along with his tasteless decadent home, leaving the way open for a newly elected government. The acting president, Oleksander Turchynov even ...

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The Road To a Free Palestine: Is BDS Working?

The Road To a Free Palestine: Is BDS Working?

With the beginning of the  ‘UN year of solidarity with the Palestinian people,’ the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) seems to be stepping up as protagonist of the solidarity work for Palestine. One only has to look at the ...

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The Struggle for Egypt

The Struggle for Egypt

(02/11/12) With elections looming like Egypt’s politicized violence, the country seems to have returned to a relative calm and, dare it be said, stability. “Now in Cairo, it’s like all people are back to their daily routine. Every one is ...

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