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Washington Stands Outside the Library

June 23, 2016 // Sin Chew Daily - Malaysia - Chinese

I always liked strolling on campus after lunch. The statue of George Washington outside the John M. Olin library has accompanied students from all over the world through the seasons every year. In the spring, groups of energetic students pass through the blooming flowerbeds and pass by the library on their way to [Read more]

Trump Really Is Coming

March 12, 2016 // Sinchew Daily - Malaysia - Chinese

After Super Tuesday, many Americans began tensing up. Why? Trump really is coming. In the beginning, the mainstream elites of the Republican Party saw him as a supporting character, or to put it more bluntly, just as an "entertainer." His entry into this election merely provided some entertainment, like a [Read more]

The Right Intervention

August 23, 2014 // New Straits Times - Malaysia

There can be no better demonstration of good international citizenship than a country’s willingness to act when it has the capacity to prevent or avert a mass atrocity crime.

Humility and Arrogance

May 12, 2014 // SIn Chew - Malaysia - Chinese

After a short three days and two nights stay in Kuala Lumpur, U.S. President Barack Obama just left, but the "Obama whirlwind" he caused has yet to diminish in strength, allowing Malaysians to relish in it. Politicians and business people might only see the diplomatic and economic benefits that Obama brought, but this [Read more]

The Western Paradox in the Ukranian Crisis

April 17, 2014 // Sin Chew - Malaysia - Chinese

To control Russia, the United States has finally opened up its wallet to foot the bill for the Ukrainian crisis. The House of Representatives passed a bill to provide financial aid for Ukraine and its neighboring countries, and sanctions on Russia with a landslide vote last week. Now that you are thinking about it, [Read more]
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