Generation Y and Foreign Policy: Israel and Hamas

Choose Your Stance Readers Respond to Article, Share Opinions in Poll, Discussion Boards
Nov. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- MAULDIN, SC. – Staying informed on foreign affairs isn’t always a breeze for young adults and professionals in demanding positions and careers, particularly when situations and issues are historically and ideologically complex – such as the conflict between Israel and Hamas.

Recently, Choose Your Stance readers weighed in with their thoughts on the escalating violence between Israel and Hamas, predicting in a poll that intervention from other nations is forthcoming. The discussion is continuing on the website, on a comment board that has received significant response and strong opinions.

Aiming to eliminate confusion and clarify foreign relations issues, Choose Your Stance continues to produce articles, videos, polls and other content designed to educate and inspire young individuals to become active citizens and to form opinions on current issues facing the nation internally and externally.

“Globalization increasingly shrinks the gap between the United States and other nations,” India Trotter, CEO, said. “This means now more than ever, Generation Y cannot be ignorant to the impact the activities of our nation and others have on the world. Choose Your Stance wants to cultivate an appreciation for the importance of foreign affairs, especially in the lives of younger Americans.”


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A non-partisan website that strives to inform college students and young professionals about current political issues, Choose Your Stance aims to empower the young generation to voice their opinions. For more information, visit
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