Don’t Panic: Why the Iran Deal Will Keep the World Safer

Don’t Panic: Why the Iran Deal Will Keep the World Safer

The recess battle over the Iran deal is drawing to a close. With Sen. Mikulski’s commitment to the deal, the Administration has marshaled enough support in the Senate to avoid defeat. With some further lobbying, it is possible that Senate Democrats could filibuster the resolution of disapproval and avoid a...

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The Syrian Crisis: In Search of a New Home

The Syrian Crisis: In Search of a New Home

In the midst of violence and poverty, Syrian refugees have recently come to represent the largest refugee population in the world. Syria is overrun with disorder as they go into the fifth year of their civil war. Each day neighborhoods are bombed, killing innocent civilians and leaving massive numbers of...

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Cyprus to Calais: The Need for European Migration Reform

Cyprus to Calais: The Need for European Migration Reform

The issue of immigration, both legal and illegal, has plagued countries and their politicians for decades. During times of economic strife, political uncertainty abroad and armed conflict, the flood of people attempting to immigrate to safer or more promising regions can raise the question of how to effectively and fairly...

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