The Dominant Male Perspective in Sexual Violence Laws: A Radical Femin ...

Global Issue 2019 Written by: Natasha Mouawad, American University of Beirut Introduction Jurisprudence represents a constant and sincere attempt to provide a guiding utopian vision of human existence. Despite this purported idealism, jurisprudence has been defined by […]

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Why is Taiwan so important? The manipulation of nationalism in legitim ...

Global Issue 2019 Written by: Jun Tao Yeung, University of Hong Kong Introduction Since Tsai Ing-wen and the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) scored a landslide victory in the 2016 Taiwanese general election, cross-strait relations between […]

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“Alleged” Genocide in Darfur: Post-9/11 Consensus Breaking and the ...

Global Issue 2019 Written by: Hanna McKinley, University of Toronto From 26 February 2003 to present, the Darfur region of Sudan has experienced a genocide during which an estimated 200,000 civilians have lost their lives.[1] The Darfur […]

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Heterosexism & Homosexuality: The Performance of Privilege & ...

Global Issue 2019 Written by: Natino Thompson, University of the Bahamas All over this archipelago, Bahamians have mastered the art of managing the simultaneously open and secret structure under which homosexuality exists. This simple fact is […]

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Importing Arms, Exporting the Revolution: Mehdi Hashemi and His Fatal ...

Written by Rosa Shapiro-Thompson The story that broke in the small Lebanese weekly, Ash-Shiraa, on November 3, 1986, led to the exposure of a tangled story of secret arms deals and deceptions. It involved Israeli encouragement, […]

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Lahore’s Fifth Season: Smog

South and Central Asia Desk Written by: Minahil Nawaz, Timothy Dwight College At 10 AM on 30th October 2019, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Lahore, Pakistan reached …

Islamophobia, Assam, India, and the Nat ...

South and Central Asia Desk Written by: Vishwa Padigepati, Grace Hopper College '22 Millions of people in Assam, India have been stripped off the state’s list of citizens in …

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Samantha Power Revisits Yale

Written by: Samantha Larkin By one o’clock, a dozen students had already taken the most coveted seats in Yale Law School’s Levinson Hall. Soon to be joined by community members …

Review: “Democracy and Dissent”

Written by Mary Orsak On April 6, over 50 students and alumni protested University President Peter Salovey during his speech honoring 50 years of Asian American Student Alliance. This protest followed …

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