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“Conflict” in the Era of the AUMF

By Samantha Cook, Feature Editor   When asked to write a post on the topic of a conflict nation, I started to think about the nature of conflict. We typically think of war as an armed conflict between countries’ governments over some geographical, economic, political, or religious dispute. When that […]

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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: JASTA and the Golden Rule

    By Matt DeSantis, Staff Writer September saw the first Congressional override of a presidential veto in President Barack Obama’s term, resulting in a law that limits the scope of foreign states’ sovereign immunity even further than its predecessor, the 1976 Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.[1][2] The passage of this […]

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Clock Kid: Creative Mind or Potential Threat

Clock Kid: Creative Mind or Potential Threat By Andrew Urko, Staff Writer             Ever since September 11th, 2001, there has obviously been a heightened sense of awareness of the possibility of another terrorist attack. It has likely been evidenced to you anytime you try to board a plane or attend […]

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