Pence’s Asian Mission

March 12, 2018 Cory Evans 0

By Cory Evans En-route to the recently concluded Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, Vice President Mike Pence stopped over in Tokyo for meetings with senior Japanese officials, including Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe. How did the […]


A Pointless Exercise

March 9, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

Were that to be the case, North Korea coming to the table is likely a ruse in that a pause in enriching would only be minor since the hermit kingdom would be close to a nuclear bomb anyway. Hence, there would be no reason of going back. […]

The Middle East

Guatemala to Open Embassy in Israel This Year

March 5, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

“In May of this year, we will celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary, and under my instructions, two days after the United States moves its embassy, I decided to return the Guatemalan Embassy to Jerusalem,” Guatemalan president Jimmy Morales said. […]

The Middle East

Israel and Polarization

February 28, 2018 Daniel Levine 0

By Daniel Levine It is no surprise that support for Israel is becoming increasingly partisan. An array of articles floating around the media in the past couple of weeks have all pointed to a recent […]


What is Shinto?

February 27, 2018 Cory Evans 0

By Cory Evans  Shinto is Japan’s folk religion. An ancient religious tradition, Shinto was already old before the first written Japanese texts. As a powerful force that shapes Japanese culture and identity, understanding Shinto is […]