• While Shannon Duffy ’21 listened to a French tour guide describe the atrocities that took place at a site in the southern town of Collioure, she felt an overwhelming sense of “confliction.” The cheerful atmosphere of the region surrounding her starkly contrasted with its tragic, yet rarely discussed, history. An undeclared environmental biology major from […]
    August 31, 2018
  • Voters expected the fourth and final debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to shed light on the differences between their positions on key foreign policy issues. However, according to two Colgate professors the promise fell flat on two counts: not only did the candidates cover no new ground, there was little difference in […]
    October 23, 2012
  • As the impending United Nations deliberation on Palestinian statehood dominates media coverage around the world, one Colgate professor is uniquely positioned to analyze the issues that have led up to the vote, as well as the likely aftermath.
    September 21, 2011