Michael Walzer gave a talk on what a leftist foreign policy should look like, the topic of his newest book, last Thursday in Labyrinth bookstore. The esteemed political theorist and author of Just and Unjust Wars addressed an audience of
The Prog’s Chris Russo sat down with Dr. Zia Mian of Princeton’s Program on Science and Security. A physicist by education, Dr. Mian has published books and articles on nuclear non-proliferation, with an emphasis on the science of nuclear technology, His
Just over a century ago, a revolutionary event took a conflict-ridden world by storm, calling into question the orthodoxies that defined the political discourse of each society. The Russian Revolution, against all odds and in defiance of nearly universal expectations
The public health effect in warzones is more than a body count. Jammu and Kashmir, a region contested by Pakistan, India, and China, is one well-studied example of a region occupied by military forces, where both intranational independence movements and
Nigeria by: Jason Seavey Background Boko Haram is an Islamist militant group that operates in Nigeria, Chad, Niger, and Northern Cameroon. According to the US State Department, “[Boko Haram] receives the bulk of its funding from bank robberies and related
“People don’t realise that to be a centrist in French politics, and Macron is called a centrist, is very different from being a centrist in American politics.” Christopher Russo interviews Professor David Bell about the French Presidential election.