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The Rosenbergs’: Family and Work

by Prerana Pakhrin Most people prefer to separate their private lives from their professional ones. In that manner, the person who may be known as a loving and a well-loved parent/ sibling/ cousin to family members may be unrecognizable to … Continue reading

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Political Parties and U.S. Foreign Policy: lecture by James Mann

Photo Credit: Johns Hopkins University By Prerana Pakhrin ’13 James Mann, award winning author of The Rise of the Vulcans: The History of Bush’s War Cabinet (Review) and author-in-residence at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies was, for many … Continue reading

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‘Twilight Wars’: Reaction to Philip Zelikow’s lecture

By Prerana Pakhrin ’13 Contributing to Dickinson College’s Clarke Forum theme of the year – ‘Security Challanges of the 21st Century’ – Professor Philip Zelikow, White Burkett Miller Professor of History and the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in University … Continue reading

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