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From as far away as the U.K., your corruption is being felt by millions of Lebanese citizens.

To the Lebanese Government,

Lea George, Lead Features Editor
November 18, 2019
While many presidents have met and negotiated with tyrants, predominantly in the hopes of ceasing their destructive actions, and bridging the divide between them and the global community, Trump has done all but that.

President Trump validates autocrats

Sal Cerrell, News Editor: Online
November 18, 2019
Insurgent nationalists erode norms in Europe

Insurgent nationalists erode norms in Europe

Lucas Romualdo, News Editor: Online
November 18, 2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been in office since 2009, and previously held the position from 1996 to 1999. Netanyahu is currently under investigation for corruption and fraud.

Israeli PM’s policies cause controversy

Isabelle Lhuilier, Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Print
November 18, 2019
China tests NBAs commitment to free speech

China tests NBA’s commitment to free speech

Helen Roth, Features Editor: Online
November 18, 2019
(Left to Right): Former U.S. President John Adams, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Nicolás Maduro.

Term limits enable legitimate democracy

Lucas Romualdo, News Editor: Online
November 18, 2019
Structural loopholes in the U.S. government, such as gerrymandering and legislative gridlock, promote re-election at the expense of voters’ intentions.

Electoral flaws undermine democracy

Lucas Romualdo, News Editor: Online
November 18, 2019
Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder, CEO and chairman of the tech giant, has repeatedly said that his intention is to use his platform to promote connectivity, ensuring that users’ access to information and content would be unrivaled by any other entity.  This, in some instances, is true. 

Facebook endangers informed democracy

Sal Cerrell, Opinions Editor: Online
November 18, 2019
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