HPRgument: The Putsch in Turkey
On July 15th, factions in Turkey’s military attempted a coup d’état to oust President Erdogan and his elected government. After a struggle that lasted through the night, the coup failed, leaving hundreds dead in the streets and the nation in a fragile state. Since then, President Erdogan has begun a purge of all branches of government and […]
Sebastian Reyes | July 23, 2016
Aleppo: The Final Frontier?
As the Syrian civil war rages in and around Aleppo, the city's strategic significance has been a hot topic of discussion.
Malvika Menon | July 2, 2016
The New Nuclear Madman
Donald Trump's nuclear strategy of unpredictability creates a more dangerous world.
Ali Dastjerdi | June 28, 2016
Why People Love Trump: A Case Study of Milo Yiannopoulos
Yiannopoulos and Trump benefit when student activists refuse to respectfully engage in discourse.
Akash Wasil | June 18, 2016
Doomsday on Bloomsday
One year ago today, Donald Trump announces his candidacy for president. The fact that this announcement came on Bloomsday seems more than fitting.
Justin Curtis | June 16, 2016
After Autocracy: Challenges to Tunisian Democracy
Five years after the Jasmine Revolution, the Tunisian government still struggles to meet many citizens' day-to-day concerns.