Georgia Needs Western Help to Stave Off Putin

This post was originally published in Newsweek. By Paata Burchuladze and Yuri Vanetik.   Rolling tanks and firing artillery recently shattered a delicate truce between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The latest flare-up of this decades-old conflict claimed more than a...

Gary Johnson, The 15 Percent, & A Fight For Recognition

Depending on what news network you choose to indulge in, you’ve likely been exposed to a hefty amount of political advertising and not-so-subtle agenda pushing for either Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, or Hillary Clinton, the accompanying Democrat....

Trump Lets Personality Take Front Seat in Kelly Interview

When Donald Trump took to Twitter on May 17 to encourage his 8.28 million followers to tune into Fox News that evening for his interview with political pundit Megyn Kelly, most of us had an inkling that the highly-anticipated interview more than likely went well. An...

How Social Media Has Changed Politics

The growth of technology, specifically social media, has drastically changed the way political campaigns are run. Social media properties, such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube, have effectively changed how candidates are able to deliver their message and...