Should We Still Consider The Taliban In Our War In The Middle East?

By: Simon Fischer President Donald Trump has made waves in the international community for a number of reasons. One of the more controversial countries where his views have been criticized is Afghanistan. He reversed on his promise to end the US’s longest-running war, which drew the ire of the Taliban, the Islamic militia movement that…

A Truly “America-First” Energy Plan

By: Ryan McGuine Recently, the myth that moving toward a less carbon-intensive economy damages America’s competitiveness has resurfaced in the national dialogue.This has prompted many to question the usefulness of reducing carbon emissions at home if other large emitters, such as China and India, will not likewise do so. However, both China and India have been…

Why the US is Vulnerable to Information Warfare

By: Jarjieh Fang Today, America’s trust in public institutions, like the Federal government and professional news organizations, are at an all-time low. As a result, America’s news consumption habits have changed dramatically. The number of fringe news media outlets that Americans have access to has grown, and social media platforms play an increasingly prominent role in disseminating…