Kieran Brown is a School of Arts and Sciences senior majoring in politics and history. His column, "KB's Spoken Word," runs on alternate Wednesdays.
BROWN: US foreign policy should shift toward improving global economic conditionsAs I write my last essays for Rutgers, I have had more chances to think deeply about what it means to be an American, and how we should conduct ourselves abroad. The future of freedom of thought and the right to dissent depends upon the U.S. Unfortunately, much of the decision-making in Washington, D.C., is made by people that have extreme financial interest in the economy of war. Apr 14
BROWN: Constitutional framework is perfectly intactIn a recent opinion piece in the Daily Targum, Sumit Bedi wrote about a perceived need for radical revisions to our American republic. In essence, the wartime presidency of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt is held as an example of the beneficial nature of increased presidential powers. Feb 24