Episode 16: “Discourse and the Israel/Palestine Conflict”, with Noah Colbert

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NUPRspectives new host Bryan Grady sits down with rising sophomore and NUPR digital director Noah Colbert, in order to discuss the past and present of the Israel/Palestine conflict, as well as the role of rhetoric about the conflict in countries like the USA and UK. 

Make sure to check out Noahs’s piece for yourself at nupoliticalreview.com.

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Music courtesy of Cooper Gould and « Funky Element » from Bensound.com.

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