By Marc Getzoff Published October 2, 2015
The improvised responses by European leaders towards the Syrian refugee crisis has revealed the inability and nativity the European governments hold towards humanitarian crises.
By Marc Getzoff Published November 9, 2014
The United States faces extremely difficult options in Iraq and Syria. However, the ideology that centers on targeting groups as "enemies" rather than attempting to find reliable allies is one that continues to harm U.S, interests and will not help to end the conflict.
By Marc Getzoff Published October 24, 2014
The recent protests in Hong Kong have only signaled much of what is to come. In order to promote civil rights and democracy, the United States must come to the aid of the protesters and must prevent the Chinese government from silencing them without consequence.
By Marc Getzoff Published April 21, 2014
Despite having been heralded for its largely peaceful overthrow of Hosni Mubarak, Egypt seems to be slipping back into a crevasse of oppression and violence. The U.S's foreign policy and geopolitical goals must be re-evaluated in light of the most recent news.
By Marc Getzoff Published March 17, 2014
Russia's assertion of regional dominance in the Ukraine has reached a climax that leaves it up to the U.S to respond. After losing their support of Ukraine, Russia has moved to assert its regional dominance and has left the U.S to decide whether it will play this game of Chess of start a new Cold War.
By Marc Getzoff Published November 3, 2013
The massive expansion of the technology sector in the developed world has been nothing short of extraordinary. Large technology corporations such as Apple and Microsoft produce products that are commonplace worldwide and have revenues that can compete with the top businesses in the world. What is often most shocking about these technology firms is that they usually start from practically nothing and become so large they face charges of creating monopolies on their respective industries such as Microsoft with computer software.
By Marc Getzoff Published October 13, 2013
Economic uncertainty, a looming debt crisis and a divided government that is currently not working (literally!). Those words have often characterized regimes and nations that have fallen into economic calamity. One example is Russia in 1998 as it defaulted on its debt amidst inflation and government division. Today, we find ourselves describing the United States of America with those very words.