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Current U.S. Foreign Policy is Further Eroding America’s Soft Power Abroad

The term “soft power” is anything but “soft”; it can be argued that it is one of the United States’ greatest achievements. Evidence of American culture can be seen in every corner of the globe, from bustling metropolises to remote… Continue Reading →

U.S. playing the role of whistleblower in Libyan conflict

By Ben Hernandez, Jr. As the battle to usurp complete control of Libya rages on for the rebels, the United States has discreetly been playing the role of whistleblower.  With news that the family of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi… Continue Reading →

Libya Taking a Generalist Perspective with Post-Gaddafi Government

By Ben Hernandez, Jr. Naturally, our different media outlets have been inundated with the rebel uprising in Libya this past week—a steady flow of video footage and images—soldiers reveling in the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi with celebratory firing of automatic… Continue Reading →

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