Tag: Russia

Russia needs to be held accountable for its war

Photo courtesy of Celine Panis-Pardo. As a follow-up to last week’s Russia-Ukraine discussion panel, the School of Humanities and Global Studies hosted another discussion panel on March 8 in the Alumni Lounges. The talk focused on the legal and human rights ramifications of the situation as it has evolved.  This time, […]

Trump’s tweet continues to damage foreign relations

Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore, Wikipedia Always outspoken, President Donald Trump has never been one to shy away from getting his personal opinions out in the open. Whether it involves United States politics, foreign affairs, current events, or even threats against North Korea, he always seems to have something to […]

Sean Spicer Should Not Downplay Important Matters

Photo courtesy of United States Government, Wikipedia Since his inauguration in January, the most controversial presidential candidate in recent memory, Donald Trump, has now become the most controversial President and leads the White House’s most controversial administration. Nearly every week there seems to be a media tirade in which various […]