Articles tagged: Charlie Hebdo


Tired of Terror: Reexamining America’s Anti-Extremist Campaign

For almost my entire life, I have lived in a world that is nearly defined by terrorism and images of terrorism. My first week of second grade was interrupted by... Read more


Come back, Voltaire: Free Speech in the wake of Charlie Hebdo

The cover of next week’s New Yorker depicts an unsettling version of a familiar image. The Eiffel Tower emerges from a blood-spattered landscape, with its peak transformed into a pencil... Read more


Ouvrez vos yeux: Looking beyond the Paris terror attacks

We don’t care about Boko Haram. Last Wednesday, a series of terrorist attacks in France, beginning with the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris, gripped the nation and the world. Millions... Read more