Articles by: Andrew Tynes

A Letter from the Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil

A Letter from the Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil

Here at ExxonMobil, we’re proud to say that we have 37 refineries in 21 countries around the world. As a result, we take our global citizenship seriously. That’s why today, I’m thrilled to announce that ExxonMobil will become a part of the solution to climate change by installing solar panels […]

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Clinton, Sanders, and Theories of Change

Clinton, Sanders, and Theories of Change

The relatively few policy disagreements tend to arise from a Sanders and Clinton have both noted that either of their administrations would be leaps and bounds better than a Republican president. By these facts, this nomination process should have been restrained and relatively uneventful. Why, then, is this primary season such a divisive one?

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Dollars and Devotion

Dollars and Devotion

Like Al-Qaeda, ISIS took advantage of the disenfranchised, many of whom were enticed by the prospect of political and economic stability which had been lacking their entire lives. Unfortunately, the radicalism ascendant across Iraq and Syria was almost entirely avoidable. It was not the inevitable circumstance of demographics and history, but rather arose as the result of willful ignorance on the parts of Western elites who viewed the region as a collection of commodities and short term strategic choices.

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On State Violence

On State Violence

When the Senate Intelligence Committee released portions of their report detailing extreme techniques used by the CIA in detention and interrogation, the similarities between the report and the findings of the Stanford Prison Experiment were immediately evident.

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