Quang Duong is a junior studying economics and political science at UMass.
James Mazarakis explores the possibility of impeachment and how that affects Pence and the Republican establishment.
Owen Wiggins argues that Mitt Romney should be running for president for the upcoming 2016 elections.
Tensions rise between Russia and Turkey amid recent claims, while Cuba has reintroduced sanctions that will restrict doctors from easily seeking employment in other countries.
Noosha Uddin discusses the struggles of global governments to seriously deal with climate change.
Ian Hagerty discusses the Syrian civil war and its actors to illustrate how the U.S. and Russia are similar powers.
Eliot Decker compares Putin’s ongoing strategy in Ukraine to strategies implemented during 18th century Russia.
Johnny McCabe explains why NASA’s decision to cut ties with Russia’s Roscosmos is counterproductive for furthering scientific exploration as well as smoothing out international relations.
Maral Margossian gives us five reasons why Putin wouldn’t dare start World War III in Crimea.
Suyash Tibrawalla explains the changing nature of the relations between the United States and Russia, which has become tense in recent years.
Dennis Topakov explains the source of Russia’s “Anti-Gay Law” and gives a possible solution.
Collegian columnist Mike Tudoreanu discusses the recent Russian elections and its effects.
For Collegian columnist Mike Fox, the trial of Russian national Mikhail Khodorkovsky highlights political problems here in America.