Staff Writer Ethan Azad discusses the newly implemented decision to designate Iran’s IRGC as a terrorist organization and the issues bound to ensue.
Staff writer Kahlil Ram explores the current status of ISIS and the significance of U.S. withdrawal from Syria.
Staff writer Hector Guzman explores the controversy around Finnish artist Jani Leinonen’s recently exhibited art piece “McJesus,” its commentary on faith and implications on artistic censorship.
Staff Writer Ethan Azad describes the CIA’s first coup in Iran and the effects of media propaganda.
Staff Writer Alex Bittner discusses the ongoing war in Afghanistan, Taliban control and the hopes and complications surrounding current negotiations for peace.
Staff Writer Hector Guzman looks into the motivations and repercussions of the destruction of art by and cultural artifacts in the Middle East.
Staff Writer Kahlil Ram reflects on America’s response to the Syrian Civil War, arguing that a policy of light U.S. involvement was not only justified but necessary due to the complicated regional dynamics at play.