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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Historical Mirrorism: Reckoning with Migration and Integration in Ital ...

Written by Trinh Truong “Friendship is indispensable to man for the proper function of his memory. Remembering our past, carrying it with us always, may be the necessary requirement for maintaining, as they say, the wholeness […]

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“A Transcript from Nature”: De-Essentializing Narratives of Imperi ...

Written by Oriana Tang Beginning in 1514 with the arrival of the first Portuguese traders, the port of Canton in southeastern China became what postcolonial scholar Mary Louise Pratt calls a “contact zone”: a “space in […]

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Developing Socially Conscious Curricula for Somali Schools: Teaching H ...

Written by Noora Reffat INTRODUCTION Since 1983, the Dr. Hawa Abdi Foundation (DHAF) has served Somalia by promoting peace, health, and education in Hope Village, a camp for internally-displaced Somalis turned-city, located outside of Mogadishu. The […]

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Reverse Cap-and-Trade for Refugees: A Proposal to Ameliorate the Refug ...

Written by Jordan Farenhem Introduction From 2014 to 2017, over 1.8 million refugees were accepted by member states of the European Union.[1] In 2015 alone, over a million refugees sought asylum and were taken in by […]

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Palestinian Nationalism through Anderso ...

Written by: Iman Ahmed, University of Toronto Introduction Both limited and sovereign, Benedict Anderson’s theory encompasses a wide range of nationalisms, using such concepts as print capitalism and official nationalism …

Understanding the Conflict in Kashmir

Written by: Vishwa Padigepati, Grace Hopper College '23 “Tum doodh mangoge hum kheer denge. Tum Kashmir mangoge toh hum tumhe cheer denge”– If you ask for milk, we …

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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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