Monthly Archives: March 2014

Moving Forward on Iran

By: Ben Perlmutter In November 2013 the United States and rest of the P5+1—Great Britain, France, China, Russia, and Germany—reached an interim nuclear agreement with Iran. The agreement freezes the Iranian nuclear program for six months, starting this past January. In the interim agreement, Iran has agreed to temporarily stop enriching uranium past five percent, […]

Beyond East and West: Central Europe is not easily categorized

By: Harlan Cutshall   Editor’s Note: This article is the first in our “Perspectives” series. For the rest of the semester, several of our writers will reflect on their personal experiences with international affairs. Harlan Cutshall studied abroad in Budapest, Hungary during the Fall 2013 semester.   Where does Western Europe start and Eastern Europe […]


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