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Monthly Archives For May 2008
Social justice took on a whole new meaning at Commencement this year when a journalist explained her interest in covering illegal immigration and hunger in California schools.
“The United States offers more health care than any other country in the world,” argues one health-care-policy analyst.
Sheehan, former NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Counter-Terrorism, argues that a war isn’t going to suppress terrorist cells linked to al Qaeda.
The California Supreme Court has overturned a ban on gay marriage, but the voters in California may have the chance to define marriage in the state constitution.
Mary Katharine Ham, a 2002 University of Georgia alumna, talks about the value of humor in everyday life, especially politics.
Has the media been overemphasizing the social importance of Chinese middle-class protests in order to advance the perception of a growing Chinese civil society?
With the Sean Bell and Rodney King scandals elevating public concern about racially-motivated violence, support for federal hate-crimes legislation has intensified. Some scholars worry that such proposals use dangerously vague language.
Although the BBG is telecast around the world, the organization focuses on three countries which are critical to U.S. national security: Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
The new chancellor at the University of Colorado at Boulder is trying to diversify the campus…with a conservative.