Monthly Archives: May 2018

Beyond Remembering

by Heather Marie Stur, Ph.D. and Susannah Ural, Ph.D. Lindsey Wilbur sat in the front row at the unveiling of a Gold Star Families memorial at Camp Shelby in south Mississippi on May 15 and wondered where were the widows? … Continue reading

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Is North Korea Trump’s China Moment?

by Heather Marie Stur, Ph.D. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump are set to meet in Singapore on June 12. Since hearing the talk of a rendezvous between the two heads of state, I’ve been thinking about … Continue reading

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