Monthly Archives: March 2016

Globalization and the Impact on U.S. Politics

The tensions from the right and from the left continue to rise, political rallies are turning violent and constituents are becoming more polarized as the presidential primary elections unfold. This is no longer the status quo politics of the last thirty years, it does not even compare to the tensions and splits of the anti-war […]

The New Africa

This year’s Camden Conference topic, The New Africa, addressed a timely subject that has come up frequently in our media. National sources assign various titles that objectify Africa, and lack a critical element: the viewpoint of the African people. They are often skewed in their representation of the scenarios within African countries, as well as […]