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Lattanzi-Silveus '14: A contemporary colonial war

If the intervention in the West African country of Mali shows us anything, it’s that colonialism is still alive and well, though its form has changed somewhat. Its old colonial ruler, France, has directly intervened in Mali in the name of “humanitarian intervention,” claiming that if they do not, ...

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Lattanzi-Silveus '14: The monopolization of economics

Economics as it is taught today makes for a very odd social science. In political science, international relations and sociology one studies many different schools of thought. Economics is unique among the social sciences in that it has only one theoretical framework, only one way of understanding how ...

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Lattanzi-Silveus '14: System change not climate change

We've had two "once in a century" hurricanes in the last two years. When Hurricane Irene hit last year, it was supposed to be an extraordinary event. But this year Hurricane Sandy far surpassed it. It killed at least 105 people and cut power to 8.5 million buildings. And, as is always the case with ...

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