North and South Korea Olympics unification shows sign of hope
By Haleigh Whisted
Views expressed in opinion columns are the author’s own.
The world has watched tensions grow between North and South Korea for many years, making it easy to feel that there will never be hope for one unified Korea. However, this pessimism has diminished as both countries march under one ...
Yom HaZikaron highlights differences between American, Israeli military culture
By Rachel Kalusin
For the Mitzpeh
Yom HaZikaron is the day of remembrance for the fallen soldiers and the victims of terror in Israel. This year the holiday is commemorated on the evening of April 30 through sundown tonight, May 1. Memorial Day serves the same purpose in the U.S., but the two holidays have more differences than ...
Sanctions only viable option to combat Iran’s nuclear program
by Jake Baum
“Opportunity, prosperity and justice”: President Barack Obama used these words in 2009 to describe his hopes for the future of the Iranian government’s attitude toward its people.
However, the reality that Obama envisioned is far from the truth. Many political groups throughout America, Israel and Iran have speculated ...