Diplomat Richard Haas speaks on the state of democracy in the US

Veteran diplomat, author, and president emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, Richard Haas spoke on campus about the state of democracy in the United States as part of the Elliot H. Stein Lecture in Ethics, April 1. 

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Professor Heather Cox Richardson speaks about the state of democracy from a historical perspective 

Professor, author, and historian Heather Cox Richardson delivered remarks and answered audience questions about the future of democracy in Graham Chapel, during an event held by the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics on Dec. 4. 

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Missouri Democratic primary: Why you should vote

As Washington University students, we have an opportunity to make our voices heard and elect a president who will represent our values.

Zachary Opengart | Wash. U. College Democrats

Don’t let Iowa discourage you from voting

What I want to stress about this major blunder is to not let it be a discouragement from engaging in the primary process.

Tyler Sabloff | Senior Forum Editor

Invisible Children and democracy in the Information Age

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past three weeks, you have undoubtedly heard about Invisible Children and the #Kony2012 campaign.

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The Obama doctrine

In response to the current tumult in the Middle East, there has been widespread speculation amongst pundits and politicos that the Obama administration will soon announce a new foreign policy doctrine outlining the United States’ philosophy in regards to promoting democracy abroad.

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CNN instead of commercials

I’ve often wished Washington University had Division I athletics, but not for the athletics themselves.

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