December 23, 2019

Originally Published in the December 2019 Journal, Breaking the Silence, Pg. 25

In late August of 2017, Rajuma stood in a riverbank, alongside dozens of other Rohingya women, when soldiers ripped her baby from her arms, and threw him into a fire. Later, the same Myanmar...

October 24, 2019

“The best long-term solution to ending corruption in Lebanon is an overhaul of the political system”

In the past week, the people of Lebanon have engaged in mass protests against chronic corruption. The protests started on October 17, spurred by a tax on WhatsApp, the c...

April 1, 2019

Originally published in April 2019 journal,  A New Normal, page 19 cont. page 38 

When Padmaavat was released in January 2018, it was primed to succeed. The movie stars Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, whose wedding in December arguably upstaged Priyanka Chopra and N...

December 1, 2018

Originally published in the December 2018 journal, Hanging By a Thread, page 12, cont page 40

In China’s newest “vocational education and training program,” participants are taught about vital skills in Chinese life, such as Mandarin, Chinese history and culture, and th...

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