Newspaper Articles Roster
Published Date:May 21, 2015
Publication: The Huffington Post
Abstract: It's official. The Department of Homeland Security has placed me on a travel watch list. Every time I travel abroad, I now have "SSSS", which...
Published Date:May 18, 2015
Abstract:Ethiopia, Washington’s security partner and Africa’s second most populous country, is scheduled to hold national elections on May 24. The ruling...
Published Date:May 14, 2015
Abstract:Consider these three recent events.In the first case, a self-proclaimed neo-Nazi kills his college work-study supervisor. The killer claims to hate gays, and...
Published Date:May 11, 2015
Publication: The Conversation
Abstract:After last week’s elections, British politics is at a unique turning point and perhaps so is US policy, where in a tumultuous world, Great Britain has...
Published Date:May 10, 2015
Publication: Deseret News
Abstract:It was a chilly afternoon in January at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. In a makeshift city, thousands of Syrian families had reluctantly made their homes...
Published Date:May 08, 2015
Publication: Ventures
Abstract:January Makamba wants to be Tanzania’s next president and he’s running on his own terms. Ventures Africa speaks with the man who thinks his new...
Published Date:May 08, 2015
Publication: WUSA9
Abstract:FAIRFAX, Va. (WUSA9) -- A George Mason University student is setting fire to a 20-foot handcrafted pagoda as part of a school-approved art series on Friday...
Published Date:May 05, 2015
Abstract:Article Excerpt: "Lead with your bellybutton, not with this," Soolmaz Aboali says, holding a clenched fist in front of her as a group of 40 teenages...
Published Date:May 01, 2015
Publication: Providence Journal
Abstract:Global warming is happening, here and now. Its impact is already being felt in coastal states like Rhode Island, and greenhouse gas emissions are undeniably...
Published Date:May 01, 2015
Publication: Slate
Abstract:The Vatican and United Nations present the beatitudes of a new movement.This week, while at Vatican City in Rome to manage press for the first-ever meeting on...
Published Date:April 27, 2015
Abstract: Michael Verdon is creating a 20-foot handcrafted pagoda, which becomes a canvas for the people’s stories of remembrance, loss and healing.At 8:30 p...
Published Date:April 24, 2015
Publication: The Conversation
Abstract:The greatest obstacle for Turkey in coming into terms with the humanitarian tragedy of 1915 is not necessarily the recognition of events as genocide but rather...
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