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Review : Heir to an Execution

    Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were accused of committing espionage during World War II and in the end, they were executed in 1953. The Rosenberg’s case is still controversial nowadays, however, it is commonly believed among historians that Julius had … Continue reading

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Review on James Mann’s lecture

Last Thursday, October 6, we had an honor of listening to James Mann’s lecture about American Political Parties and Foreign Policy. He is now in Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies as an author-in-residence and was served for chief … Continue reading

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