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The winding path to “real hope for a stable, peaceful Somalia.” Government-spearheaded womens’ leadership initiatives in theory vs. practice. Elections, the EU, and the English economy in post-Blair Britain. How the modern family fits into modern television. Racy political fan fiction.

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The March 2010 issue of CPR is out. You can read it on the aeroplane! Living in New York City is difficult. A day in the life of Harry Reid, forreal. A recent history of the veil… And of the turmoil in Iran.

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People are poor, nonprofits are in crisis. Project(RED) is paternalistic; Bono maintains that “Africa is sexy.” Global warming is a real problem. Cuba’s Castros are no match for teh Internets! But nostalgia utopian ex-commune Vermont farms are still nice.

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The October issue of the Columbia Political Review is out. The tongues of former commies and renegade colonists are back in style, Young idealists are still hopping on the bandwagon, Barack Obama spreads hope and change,  San Francisco finally puts its money where its (progressive) mouth is, and Conservatives pretend its 1773.  

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The new issue of the Columbia Political Review is out! Read it online, download it as a PDF, or hunt for a print copy in the wilds of Lerner, if you’re into that sort of thing. Authors with political agendas aim for children’s hearts, minds, and future campaign donations.  If internal conflict and foreign invasion […]

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The new issue of the Columbia Political Review is out on shelves and online! Unfortunately, it’s only online in  PDF form, so we can’t link to individual articles, but CPR has updated its website, and the issue is now available both as PDF (55mb, be warned) and as individual articles: Professor Jenny Davidson on politics […]

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Yes, it’s technically the December 2007 issue, but the latest installment of the Columbia Political Review just hit newsstands this week. Look for it around campus, download the pdf, or follow the links below: Was Abu Gharib a crime only Americans could have committed? Romney embraces Buddhism, Huckabee adopts postcolonial, para-disciplinary ethical philosophical theory, etc.  […]

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Student Body Poll: Females, Liberals, GS students are better people Consume consume consume (ethically)  There’s some blood on your banana  What happens in Geneva stays in Geneva (unless it’s on YouTube) And now, something from an advisor to Palau 

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Enough about the t-shirt hype… here’s the real deal. (PDF only.) Cartoons: marching stampeding into the canon. (Page 8) Damn, someone read a lot of Wikipedia entries for this one. (Page 12-13) It’s all about how they rock the modest lipstick and pearls. (Page 17-18) How about… this way? No? Ok. (Page 20) Don’t they […]

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Something To Which We Can All Respire Protesting the Breathless Just Take a Deep Breath and Yell Fuck You! (off the record)

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