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Why a bad deal is better than no deal: US will be forced to make concessions with Iran, and should

  Since the Iranian Revolution in 1979, relations between the U.S. and Iran have been incredibly hostile. The recent Interim Nuclear Agreement between the U.S. and Iran has sparked a lot of worldwide discussion, though many have misinterpreted what exactly the interim deal states. The first thing to point out […]

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Iran nuclear deal is a positive shift in policy: negotiation is better than war

by Michael Greenblatt Recent events in world news have been favorable for the U.S. and its place in the global order: a reopening of relations with Cuba, a likely nuclear deal with Iran, a mutual commitment to reduce carbon emissions from the U.S. and China. All of these breakthroughs can […]


Why you should still love the Beatles: music wouldn’t be the same

  Fifty-two years ago, the Beatles—the band we all know and love—released their first debut album, Please Please Me. No one, especially the Beatles, could anticipate how big they would one day become. Although their music was released during the 60s and 70s, so much of our musical culture in […]