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Matthew H. Ghazarian

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Genocide and Its (Dis)contents

Tomorrow, April 24th, Armenians around the world will gather on what they call Martyrs’ Day <a href="http://www.nytim

Ten Dollars, No Sense

It’s not unheard of—a few weeks into the term, one realizes that shopping week was not representative of a class.

Rewolucja: 20 Years Later

On this day two decades ago, Polish patriots took on the world’s largest army and succeeded beyond their wildest dreams,

It’s Diplomacy, Stupid!

Of all the congratulatory messages received by then-Senator Barack Obama just after his victory in the tightly contested 2008 presidential

No Free Lunch

The smell of baked ham and soggy lettuce on a dry nine-grain bun doesn’t typically make my mouth water, but

Opting Out of Opt-Outs

I just transferred to Harvard last spring. That being the case, it wasn’t until this October that I found out

A Willful Ignorance

Over the course of this year’s campaign, my grandparents—despite their unfortunate racist inclinations—were particularly happy with Barack Obama, then candidate

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