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Interning for the Department of State in Rome

Posted on March 6th, by University of Mount Union Students in Academics, Career Path, Hands-on Experience, Internships, Study Abroad. Comments Off on Interning for the Department of State in Rome

By Rachel Brumenschenkel ‘18

How cool would it be to complete an internship abroad?

This semester, Morgyn Miller ’18 is interning in the Public Affairs office of the U.S. Department of State in Rome, Italy. Morgyn is majoring in …

President Trump’s War of Words

by Nick Kalis

Since President Donald Trump took office in January, his presidency has been nothing short of controversial. Everything from his use of social media to amplify tense situations, to publicly calling out international leaders has shown that President …

Will Paul Manafort Cost Trump Control of Foreign Affairs?

By: Spencer Whyte

The power to control foreign policy has long been singularly enjoyed by the President. However, recent sanctions against Russia and the shocking investigation of Paul Manafort may begin to lessen the President’s authority in this realm.

The …

Those Who Ignore History Are Doomed to Repeat It

by Zach Kaplan

Following World War II, the United States had a very clear foreign policy: oppose anything that benefitted the Soviet Union and communism. This policy (which came to be known as containment) was easy to adopt because there …

Pre-emptive Attack, Reprisal Raid, or Peaceful Resolution?

by Shizuka Kuramitsu

The U.S. president Donald Trump mentioned DPRK in his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly on September 19th[1]. Is it feasible to “totally destroy North Korea” as exactly he stated? Of course, …

A Week of Late Nights for White House Staff

By: Spencer Whyte, Jesse Wynn, Kolby Thompson, and Theo McKinnon

While things are normally hectic at the White House, this week has been a particular struggle with public leaks on defaming issues.

White House officials have had to deal with …