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Suggested Articles: 2-8 September 2018

Suggested Articles 2-8 September 2018 1. Bring Back the Drills The Editors of The Weekly Standard provide an analysis of the recent issues arising from North Korea’s nuclear weapon development. The articles suggest that President Donald Trump should bring back the joint exercises between South Korea and the United States as a show of force […]

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Suggested Articles: 19-25 August 2018

Suggested Articles 19-25 August 2018 1. Russia Open to Talks with US on Strategic Weapons Jacqueline Thomsen of The Hill provides feedback on the recent statements from Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov about the country being open to talks about strategic weaponry. The openness to discourse stems from Russia’s development of new nuclear weapons […]

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Suggested Articles: 12-18 August 2018

Suggested Articles: 12-18 August 2018 1. Time to Revive Brilliant Pebbles! PAI Board of Advisors Member and Chairman of High Frontier, Ambassador Henry Cooper, provides a summary of the Brilliant Pebbles missile defense system and its possible revival under the Trump administration. Brilliant Pebbles is a space-based interceptor which has the ability to destroy intercontinental […]

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Suggested Articles: 5-11 August 2018

1. In Soviet Echo, Putin Gives Russian Army a Political Wing Andrew Osborn, writing for Reuters, reports on one of the newest directorates by Vladimir Putin to foster patriotism and nationalism within the Russian military. The presidential decree from Putin is an attempt to “ensure soldiers’ loyalty,” parallelling similar moves made by the Soviet Union […]

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Suggested Articles: 29 July – 4 August 2018

Suggested Articles 29 July – 4 August 2018 1. Editorial: ALL-CAPS DIPLOMACY? The editors of The Weekly Standard evaluate President Donald Trump’s recent tweet concerning Iran. The tweet, which was sent out in all caps, follows suit with the administrations style of brazen diplomacy. The tweet was heavily criticized, as are most actions taken by […]

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Suggested Articles: 22-28 July 2018

1. Russell Kirk’s Reminder: Virtue Matters In an article on NationalReview.com, Liam Warner writes about one of the leaders of the conservative movement of the 1950’s and 1960’s. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Russell Kirk’s birth, and with that anniversary Liam Warner writes to remind us of a key principle that Kirk declared. […]

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Suggested Articles: 15-21 July 2018

Suggested Articles 15-21 July 1. Yes, the Supreme Court Is Undemocratic In an article on NationalReview.com, Rich Lowry talks about the increasing role the Supreme Court has adopted in recent decades. With the nomination of a new Supreme Court justice, the issue of the courts expanding role in American culture has been brought back to […]

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Suggested Articles: 8-14 July 2018

Suggested Articles 8-14 July 2018 1. The Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes a Blow for Academic Freedom David French, in an article on National Review, writes about a court case that is close to home in the Midwest. In a ruling on Friday, July 6th, the Wisconsin supreme court held that Marquette University violated its own […]

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Suggested Articles: 1-7 July 2018

Suggested Articles 24-30 June 1. The Supreme Court Delivers Another Stinging Rebuke to Anti-Free-Speech Authoritarians. David French, from the National Review, reviews the Supreme court’s recent decisions concerning the First Amendment. The most recent case was Janus v. AFSCME, a case in which the State of Illinois was forcing state employees to subsidize public-employee unions, […]

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Recommended Articles: 24-30 June 2018

Recommended Articles 24-30 June 2018 1. Kim Jong Un in China for talks with President Xi Jinping a week after summit with Trump S.A. Miller of The Washington Times covers the meeting between North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-Un and Chinese president Xi Jinping. China remains a power at odds with the United States and would […]

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