The Political Fundraising Discrepancy

by Michael Nachman

Polls taken in the last year, forecasting the 2018 midterm elections, tend to point towards a Democratic victory in the House of Representatives. Yet party finances, the driving force behind American politics, tell a very different story.

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John Delusional: A Maryland Congressman’s Hopeless Campaign for President

by Anshul Barnwal

In January, dozens of Dartmouth students congregated in a sweltering fraternity house to see and meet the first major Democratic Presidential candidate, Congressman John Delaney (D-MD).

Don’t Be Afraid of North Korea

by Anshul Barnwal

Popular sentiment in America depicts Kim Jong Un as a madman with unchecked power and the capability to detonate a hydrogen bomb over New York City.

Kushner’s Networks & Nepotism

by Dylan Giles

This hire was a mistake not because of legal reasoning, but because Kushner’s role raises a different set of ethical concerns.

Trump’s Iran Folly

by Kuk James

Donald Trump campaigned promising to roll back most of Barack Obama’s domestic and foreign agenda.

A Call for Intervention in Myanmar

by Michael Nachman

On August 25, 2017, a small group of Rohingya Muslim militants in Myanmar (formerly Burma) staged an ill-fated attack on police posts and an army base.

A New Year for Partisans on Campus

by Levi Roseman

In the midst of these politically-charged times in the United States and around the world, Dartmouth’s College Democrats and College Republicans are seeking to move past divisiveness.