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On September 20th, recent Brown graduate and UN Women Ambassador, Emma Watson proved to the masses that her talent and identity does not solely rest upon her acting career. The announcement of the HeForShe campaign, which addresses the global social problem of gender inequality, is the first of its kind at the United Nations Assembly. [...]

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A few years into President Obama’s presidency and with approval ratings dropping, the comparisons between he and his presidential predecessor began to become widespread. The left accused Obama of betraying his campaign message and tacking much too far to the right, and the familiar cry of “new boss, same as the old boss” was heard [...]

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The history of environmental protocols is fraught with failure. Most recently, 2012 saw the withdrawal of our government’s commitment to the so-called binding international agreement formed in Kyoto, a protocol that was intended to permanently address the need for international action on climate change. For politicians, signing on to these agreements only to flake out [...]

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“I’m a cop. If you don’t want to get hurt, don’t challenge me.” says Sunil Dutta, a 17 year veteran of the Los Angeles police department. Having weighed in on the recent protests taking place in Ferguson, Missouri, Sunil responded to the controversy by authoring a column published Tuesday in the Washington Post; the position [...]

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As French Prime Minister Manuel Valls finished his speech, a thunder of applause rumbled through the auditorium, followed by a standing ovation and friendly handshakes. One might assume from the rhetoric socialists typically espouse that he was addressing a labour union, or perhaps a crowd of Socialist Party (PS) militants. To the dismay of the [...]

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