American Foreign Policy: The Fall of Qaddafi

The intervention of US in other countries’ affairs is highly controversial, both domestically and globally. However due to US’s unique position in world affairs to create a difference, there are different expectations and responsibilities. In ‘The Education of an Idealist: A Memoir’, Samantha Power describes the intricacy of global politics and the far-reaching consequences a […]

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The Uighur Genocide

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words, terrorism? 9/11? ISIS? The Taliban? While these examples are certainly just, they don’t always represent terrorism in its entirety. Dan Brown said, “History is always written by the winners”. Stereotypes and generalizations often cause the public to overlook acts of terrorism […]

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Redistricting and Representation

The addition of the 1982 amendments to the Voting Rights Act was a turning point in terms of minority representation. Redistricting is the process of drawing electoral district lines every ten years intended to bring about racially proportional representation. While its purpose was to give weight to minority votes, it set the stage for a […]

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