College tuition and fees in the US have grown and outstripped inflation to the point where US institutions of higher learning are sitting on a cash mountain of $200 billion […]
Salman Rushdie has spent most of his adult life as a marked man. The recent heinous assault he endured was decades in the making.
Seeking to embellish her legacy as Speaker of the House, Pelosi scheduled a highly publicized trip to Taiwan despite warnings from China.
The nebulous history of Israeli-Iranian relations. By Rubin Rothler LLB, LLM Pervasive hostility comes to mind when one considers the acrimonious state of relations between Iran and Israel. A straightforward […]
Could Biden Face Impeachment by the next Congress ? by Rubin Rothler LL. B , LL.M Much is at stake in the forthcoming midterm elections this fall.
Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has somewhat lacked the resolute raison d’etre for its continuation that it once had. It was supposed to be an alliance to […]
Voting Rights or Voting Wrongs ? by Rubin Rothler Ll.B, Ll.M The voting public have become accustomed to the conventional chorus chanted by the Democrats concerning voter reform.
Three issues are going to top the agenda of the Bennett-Biden meeting in Washington: Iran, policy towards the Palestinians and collaboration in the fight against Covid. Bennett is hoping for […]
BIDEN, FDR AND POLITICAL REALITY The New ‘new Deal’ That Isn’t Likely To Happen by Rubin Rothler LL.B LL.M
Anti Israel sentiment is prevalent in the progressive wing of the Democrat party, which is very much influenced by the BDS boycott movement. They view Israel as an illegitimate colonial […]