COVID-19 Emergency Powers May Threaten Hungarian Democracy

April 30, 2020

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November 4, 2016

On the surface, it seemed like a clean cut deal – after decades of fighting, the Colombian government and guerrilla group FARC had negotiated the terms of peace. All that was left was a nationwide referendum. When the results came in, Colombia and the rest of the globa...

August 30, 2016

Looking at Donald Trump and the stream of vitriol that spews from his mouth at each campaign

stop, we see a man who has tapped into an incensed public. He plays into fears of globalization

and anxiety over a future that does not have the white American at its epicenter....

April 1, 2016

The turn towards negative publicity and attack ads has, for a long time, been an unfortunate staple of any campaign and the presidential campaign especially. However, Donald Trump has harnessed the power of negativity—more free media, a greater spread of his name and i...

March 1, 2016

The path to equality has incrementally moved forward in the history of the United States. The Massachusetts Pay Equity Act represents another step in that direction.

 

This new bill would encourage employers to pay their workers fairly by industry standards, prevent empl...

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