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Blood & Fog: The Military’s Germ Warfare Tests In San Francisco

By Rebecca Kreston The Nuremberg Code was drafted in 1947 following the appalling revelations of human experimentation committed in Nazi concentration camps. The overarching goal of the Code was to establish a set of rules for the ethical conduct of research using human subjects, guaranteeing that the rights and welfare of such participants would be … Continue reading Blood & Fog: The Military’s Germ Warfare Tests In San Francisco

Millennials Are Over Israel: A New Generation, Outraged Over Gaza, Rejects Washington’s Reflexive Support

Angered by the immoral and inhumane assault on Gaza, Gen Y is shaking up the conventional view of Mideast politics It might seem counter-intuitive to make the argument that Israel should no longer count on U.S. support for its policies as assuredly it has in the past. After all, hasn’t the Senate just passed not … Continue reading Millennials Are Over Israel: A New Generation, Outraged Over Gaza, Rejects Washington’s Reflexive Support

Why I Care About Israel's Occupation Of Palestine

From my writing and activism over the past few weeks, some students have asked why I am so interested in the illegal American-Israeli occupation of Palestine. It seems as though it is weird for me to be concerned about the international human rights conflict in which I am most heavily implicated — both as an … Continue reading Why I Care About Israel's Occupation Of Palestine