Tagged - war

Blindspots: Unconditional aid is turning Israel into a rogue state

This unconditional aid has empowered a small regional power to drift further and further from international accountability. 

Political neutrality: Is it a choice we can make?

For many of us, staying neutral simply meant allowing the flow of politics to subsume our beliefs and hopes for the future.

Cease-fire now

Israel's war in Gaza is fraught with crimes, has unclear end conditions, and isn't supported by the U.S. public. We demand a cease-fire now.

Veteran talks violence, masculinity, and capitalism in new book

Former marine Dr. Lyle Jeremy Rubin ‘20 gave a talk on violence, masculinity, and capitalism rooted in his Afghanistan War experiences.

Take a closer look at Wilson Commons’ war memorials

If we’re callous, careless, or ignorant in our memorialization of those who gave their lives for this country, can we really say that we’ve honored them?