Cultural humanitarianism to North Korea aims to smuggle illicit information into the country to combat a smothering propaganda machine. But there are more dangers than benefits – and more serious consequences for the people these efforts aim to help.
The Trump administration has expressed clear hatred for “illegal immigrants,” claiming that they are rapists and criminals. What is it like to be undocumented in the United States from the perspective of an American citizen, and how can our country respond better to immigration?
In 2009, the Obama administration attempted to pass an ambitious plan to expand health insurance coverage to the then-uninsured. But entrenched opposition -- and not just from Republicans -- threatened to derail the plan at almost every step.
Much like people, every nation has its own closet of skeletons––whether they take the form of past social injustice, corruption, strife and persecution, or civil war. The question is: should nations forgive, forget, and move past their historical atrocities, or always remember?
On January 23, 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order which withdrew U.S. participation from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or the TPP. One year after the withdrawal, what have been the regional trade ramifications?
Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidacy was monumental. The potential of having a woman as President of the United States was shocking and revolutionary for many Americans. However, perhaps one of her most compelling qualities was what held her back: her gender.