ISIS: Looking Beyond Rhetoric for Solutions

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Between April of 2013 and July of this year, more than 60 attacks, resulting in an estimated 2,800 deaths, have been credited of  the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Among the nations afflicted by the caliphate are Bangladesh, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Egypt, Libya, Denmark, Belgium, France, Turkey, Kazakhstan…

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Counting our Freedoms

The political dialogue of our time, no matter what side of the aisle you’re on, has a resounding theme: the enumeration of human rights. No single discussion, editorial or monologue could articulate a full and comprehensive manifesto of these rights. It is far simpler to qualify, moreover to disqualify, what…

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