REFLECTION: The forgotten plight of Native Americans

by Tony Magliano When it comes to the harsh difficulties many Native Americans face every day, the saying “out of sight, out mind” hits home. Many people have only a vague sense of the serious past and present injustices suffered by Native Americans. From the very beginning, starting with Christopher Columbus’ voyages to the Bahamas, … Continue reading REFLECTION: The forgotten plight of Native Americans

IRAQ-SYRIA: The U.S. and ISIS

by Stephen Zunes in The Huffington Post At the start of classes one year ago, I was having to explain to my students why the United States appeared to be on the verge of going to war against the Syrian government. At the beginning of this semester, exactly one year later, I'm having to explain … Continue reading IRAQ-SYRIA: The U.S. and ISIS