Opinion

Exceptionalism and Exemption in US Nuclear Policy

Exceptionalism and Exemption in US Nuclear Policy

The United States was not the first country to fight for independence, and it certainly will not be the last. It did not provide the world with the great gift of democracy; we have the ancient Greeks to thank for that. And due to centuries of imperialism, it is not the first global superpower. So what is it about America that makes so many people regard it as exceptional?

Debate Debrief: Does Russia Better Guard Individual Liberties than the Countries to Its West?

Debate Debrief: Does Russia Better Guard Individual Liberties than the Countries to Its West?

The Review at NYU's Editorial Board discusses the motion for this Tuesday's debate regarding whether Russia or the countries to its west better guard individual liberties.

Debate Debrief: Was the 2003 U.S. Invasion of Iraq America's Greatest Strategic Blunder?

Debate Debrief: Was the 2003 U.S. Invasion of Iraq America's Greatest Strategic Blunder?

The Review at NYU's Editorial Board discusses the motion for this Tuesday's (11/10) debate with Professor David Denoon on whether the 2003 invasion of Iraq was America's greatest strategic blunder. 

OP-ED: It Is Difficult to Admit, But The Black Lives Matter Movement Is Currently Misguided

OP-ED: It Is Difficult to Admit, But The Black Lives Matter Movement Is Currently Misguided

But upon further investigation the reality became fairly clear: nobody really knows if it is the case that black people are fatally shot by police on a higher proportion than any other group. Attorney General Eric Holder doesn’t know, FBI Director James Comey doesn’t know and ACLU director Ezekiel Edwards also doesn’t know. Nobody knows and the reason is simple: the government does not yet keep data about the people killed by police while on duty.