Politics

Turkey’s Referendum and Constitutional Change: Back to the Future?

International

by Saeed Khan April 16, 2017, will mark the Turkish national calendar as the day the country’s political landscape changed forever. The national referendum, called by President

Pepsi Won’t Drive the Resistance but These Apps Can Help

International

by Elizabeth Jaikaran This time around, at this point in history, the revolution is devotedly televised, meme-fied, and commodified. It is televised because our numbers are diffic

Here’s What You Need to Know About the Muslim Ban 2.0

International

by Aysha Qamar Muslim Ban 2.0 has dropped and here is what you need to know. In January, after his first immigration order was challenged and effectively shut down—President Do

Brooklyn Neighborhood Responds to Immigration Ban with ‘Hate Free Zone’

International

by Nasif Khan On January 25, 2017, while thousands of New Yorkers rallied in Washington Square Park in response to newly elected President Donald Trump’s rapid push for executiv

As Americans, We Are All Refugees

International

by Azher Quader From conversations on the streets to living rooms, there is a lot of emotional talk these days over the topic of refugees. Although some three million refugees hav