TROY expert: Korean peace talks may be premature

Daniel Pinkston, an international relations expert who lectures at a TROY site in South Korea, isn't sold on North Korea's desire for peace.

Daniel Pinkston, an international relations expert who lectures at a TROY site in South Korea, isn't sold on North Korea's desire for peace.

Recent news out of the Korean peninsula has given many hope that peace between North and South Korea is closer than ever, but Troy University professor Dr. Daniel A. Pinkston remains skeptical.

Pinkston, a Lecturer at a Troy University teaching site in South Korea, previously served as Northeast Asia Deputy Project Director for the International…

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Polls and pundits missed signs pointing to a Trump win

Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, but lost the electoral college vote in spectacular fashion, defying polls and pundits alike.

Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, but lost the electoral college vote in spectacular fashion, defying polls and pundits alike.

On Nov. 10, a strange site was seen on television screens across the United States.  President-elect Donald Trump was visiting the White House, and was welcomed by current President Barack Obama.  Just three days earlier, President Obama had been on the campaign trail, telling audiences that Donald Trump was not qualified to be president of…

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Follow tonight’s presidential debate live on Troy Public Radio

Tonight's debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will air live on Troy Public Radio.

Tonight's debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will air live on Troy Public Radio.

Troy Public Radio will be providing live coverage and analysis for tonight’s historic first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

The debate is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated campaign events in history, with more than 100 million expected to watch, according to NPR.

Troy Public Radio and NPR will be…

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‘Unrigging’ our elections

TROY journalism professor Steve Stewart explores the politics behind the U.S. electoral system.

TROY journalism professor Steve Stewart explores the politics behind the U.S. electoral system.

“Elections are rigged,” one of my students said — echoing a word used by Donald Trump, whom she probably would not vote for.

My instinct was to disagree, but on reflection I came to the conclusion that “rigged” is too strong a word, but she has a point.

In several ways, our system makes some…

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