Author: Jo Breiner

Key U.S. Africa Ally Faces Further Unrest After Scores Killed

Bloomberg Michael Woldemariam, College of Arts & Sciences, Pardee School of Global Studies Ethiopia, a key U.S. ally in the fight against Islamist militants in East Africa, faces the prospect of further unrest after a crackdown on anti-government demonstrations held by its two largest communities over the weekend that Amnesty International said left 97 people […]

Echoes Of McCarthy: Will Trump Pay A Political Price For His Apparent Lack Of ‘Decency’?

WBUR “Cognoscenti” By Tom Whalen, College of General Studies Donald Trump’s recent contretemps with the Gold Star family of a Muslim-American war hero brings to mind another famously misguided character assassination that politically misfired over half a century ago… View full article by expert Tom Whalen

YIMBY – Yes In My Backyard – takes a stand against gentrification

Metro Max Grinnell, Metropolitan College In cities with a reputation as innovation hubs for their tech and entrepreneurial leadership, such as Boston, real estate prices are soaring and available housing is dwindling… Expert quote: “You want to be in these amenity-rich cities, where you have great outdoor spaces, tremendous job opportunity, and a higher quality […]