The collapse of the Afghan government in August 2021 started a greater conversation worldwide surrounding the consequences of war and global intervention. With a track-record of state-building successes and failures, the United States and each person must decide if state-building is “worth it.”
President Joe Biden recently ordered airstrikes on Iranian-supported militia groups in Syria and might potentially cause Islamophobia, civilian death and other issues. American people should hold President Biden accountable if he commits any injustices in Syria.
Pepperdine administration decided to permanently close the Shanghai international program, which brought disappointment to a lot of students. The cancellation of the Shanghai program is a financial, political and cultural mismanagement.
The responses to the storming of Capitol Hill and other protests show the inconsistency of American politicians. To fix this problem, American voters and politicians should adopt the methodology of transpositional thinking.
Belief systems require grace, understanding and passion, but they also deserve to be challenged.
Photo courtesy of Ooreoluwa Okediji Senior Ooreoluwa Okediji and her family moved to the United States from Nigeria when she was just 15 years old, and her love for her home country remains at the core of her passions. As a political science major, Okediji said she wishes to one day bring political reformation and […]
Voting in local elections is just as important as the presidential election. Voters should do their research to make informed decisions that impact themselves and those that matter to them.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Marie McGrath, who talks about her fascination with business and how she initially did not consider going to Pepperdine.
Different factors play a role in shaping women’s roles in society, politics and culture.
How do “Saturday Night Live” comedians create hope out of their political impersonations?