Article of the Day: Give Bibi The Nobel Peace Prize

Give Bibi the Nobel Peace Prize The first thing I learned as a student of international affairs was that diplomacy is inherently a two sided affair. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu clearly disagrees with this statement. This takes a very interesting stance on the very public differences between Netanyahu and the American administration but actually makes […]

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Article of the day: “Is This Ship Sinking?” Inside the Collapse of the Campaign Against Netanyahu

“Is This Ship Sinking?” Inside the Collapse of the Campaign Against Netanyahu   Israel’s parliamentary election — and the eventual reelection of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — was undoubtedly the marking moment of the month of March. Although I, like many others, expected a close race or perhaps even a slight victory from Isaac Herzog, […]

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Banning Rationality: How France’s Government Fueled Radicals

French authorities have estimated that roughly 14,500 people demonstrated today in Paris in support to Palestine. This march comes after a weekend marked by clashes between Palestinian supporters and French police. The pro-Palestine march organized in Paris tonight occurred with almost no abuses or any indications of violence. This is a far cry from the […]

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Powering Peace: The Case for Growing Gaza’s Energy Sector

The Gaza Strip has a major energy crisis. Estimates suggest that Gaza has a power shortage of roughly 49%, indicating that almost half of the day is spent without reliable electricity. Clearly, this tangible reality does little to help the cause of the Israeli’s but rather incites radicalization. I want to begin this post by […]

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