Category: College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

Brits say terror, EU exit are keys to election today

Boston Herald quoting Graham Wilson, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “After a seven-week election campaign that veered from the boredom of staged sound bites to the trauma of two deadly terrorist attacks, Britain’s political leaders today want voters to choose: Who is best to keep the U.K. safe and lead it out […]

What if several of the world’s biggest food crops failed at the same time?

The Conversation by Anthony Janetos, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “Less than one-quarter of Earth’s total cropland produces nearly three-quarters of the staple crops that feed the world’s population – especially corn, wheat and rice, the most important cereal crops…” View full article.

Trump’s exit of Paris climate accord strengthens China and Europe

The Conversation by Henrik Selin, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “President Trump’s much-anticipated decision to exit the Paris Agreement on climate change strikes another blow against the current multilateral international order by his administration and reinforces its America First stance toward the world…” View full article. 

Punishing The Real Russia Crime: Leaking

American Greatness by Angelo Codevilla, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “The appointment of a special counsel, as well as the Congressional proceedings to uncover and punish such associates of Donald Trump as may have colluded with the Russian government with regard to the 2016 campaign, are a combination of partisan and Intelligence-bureaucracy […]

Trump aisla a EEUU e irrita al mundo al retirarse del Acuerdo de París

El Confidencial quoting Adil Najam, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “El presidente de EEUU, Donald Trump, renunció hoy a liderar la lucha global contra el cambio climático e irritó a sus aliados al anunciar su retirada del Acuerdo de París, una decisión que no destruirá el pacto […]

Why Trump’s decision to leave Paris accord hurts the US and the world

The Conversation co-written by Anthony Janetos, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “The whole of the Paris Agreement is based upon goodwill: There are no punitive actions or means to enforce the agreement…” View full article.   

Kim Jong Un’s ‘game of chicken’

Boston Herald quoting Adil Najam, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “The Pentagon will test its anti-missile system over the Pacific today just a day after North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile, as tensions escalated even further in the ongoing global hotspot…” Expert quote: “This is playing […]