On the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
Photo Credit: Dragan Tatic By Pranav ReddyContributing Writer A key element of U.S. foreign policy has been nuclear nonproliferation. In layman’s terms, the United States wants to prevent states that do not already have nuclear weapons from getting them. A notable example was Bill Clinton’s 1998 sanctions on India over its Pokhran-II nuclear device tests.…
OP-ED: The Lingering Consequences of a Myopic Foreign Policy
“Security Council Adopts Resolution on Iran Nuclear Deal” by United Nations Photo is licensed with CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. By Shawn RostkerStaff Writer The New York Times reported recently that President Donald Trump sought out options for military engagement with Iran after a significant increase in the country’s stockpile of nuclear material was reported by international…
Refugee Lives: Trauma, Celebrations, and Limbo
In 2011, the Syrian Civil War placed refugees on the global stage. Five years later, we only hear about refugees at campaign rallies. What is their situation today?