• The Scoop on Trump’s Saudi Arabia Trip
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    Amidst domestic controversy, Donald Trump has made his first foreign trip. His itinerary includes a visit to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Sicily, Brussels, and the Vatican City. His aides affirmed the trip’s intention to build relationships with international leaders, and Trump himself tweeted that he “will be strongly protecting American interests” on his personal Twitter. White […]

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  • What the French Elections Mean for the Rest of the World
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    As France approaches its 2017 presidential elections tomorrow, the stakes are high. It could result in a continuation of the Western World’s trend toward nativist populism or could serve to curb the growing movement. Four major candidates will be on the ballot: the far-right populist Marine Le Pen, the center-right Francois Fillon, the center-left Emmanuel […]

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  • SNAP’s Sentiment-Fueled Roller Coaster
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    When #Snap Inc (SNAP), the company behind the massively popular #social media app #Snapchat, announced an IPO, there was massive investor interest. Most of the widely regarded social media industry leaders had gone public up to that point, with the last social media IPO being Twitter in 2013, and Snapchat was (and is) rising as […]

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  • The Next Cold War?
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    Perhaps the recent unveilings of clandestine activity in Russia, the controversial raid in Yemen, and the travel ban have distracted the populace and the administration from one of the most sensitive yet crucial issues of modern foreign policy: the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, or WMDs, namely nuclear arms. Following the discovery of the […]

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