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Where Krauthammer Went Wrong: An Appeal to Nuance

In the past week, the U.S. Congress has made two unprecedented interventions into U.S. foreign policy. First, Speaker John Boehner, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, arranged for PM Netanyahu to speak before the U.S. Congress on March 3, 2015 and argue his case against current negotiations…

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A WUPR Interview with Ta-Nehisi Coates

On February 18th 2015, WUPR’s editors-in-chief Gabriel Rubin and Sonya Schoenberger interviewed Atlantic national correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates during his visit to Washington University. Topics include Coates’ “Case for Reparations,” Ferguson, the state of American mainstream media, and the role of public policy in addressing historical injustices towards African Americans.

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Modi and the Politics of Yoga

Narendra Modi’s new policies as India’s prime minister revolve around economics, social change, and…yoga?   Modi has been trying to reclaim yoga as an Indian art form and have it officially recognized as being rooted in Hindu tradition. While it is generally accepted that yoga originated in India, this movement, according to the new Minister…

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New Life Evangelistic Center v. St. Louis

“The poor man and the creditor have met one another. The Lord is the enlightener of them both.” Proverbs 29:13   t. Louis has been at the center of justice issues in the United States since Augusrt 9, 2014 – the shooting of 18 year old Michael Brown. The conversation surrounding police brutality rocketed to…

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The Rise and Fall of Hong Kong Protest Art

As the media uproar surrounding the Hong Kong protests has died down, what’s actually happened in China? Some people interpret the quietness as a sign that Xi Jinping has won the fight to suppress the pro democratic movement in Hong Kong, as the 2017 elections are still set to only feature candidates pre-selected by Beijing. …

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