Post Tagged with: "politics"

The White House

The ‘Blob’ Strikes Back

by Daniel Larison A recent defense of the foreign policy establishment is no more successful than the policies its authors supported. If America’s adversaries were made of strawmen, the defenders of the foreign policy “Blob” would have a foolproof strategy for defeating them. Unfortunately, a recent defense of the U.S. […]

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Religious oppression (Cartoonist Eideard)

In Defense of ‘Common Good Constitutionalism’

by Jonathan Culbreath Professor at Harvard Law School, Adrian Vermeule, argued in favor of theocracy. On March 31, The Atlantic published an important essay by Adrian Vermeule, a Catholic professor of constitutional law at Harvard University, entitled “Beyond Originalism,” igniting a firestorm of controversy within the internet world of legal […]

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Educating future leaders in Nigeria ( Image Africa Research Institute).

Who Will Take Over in Nigeria?

by Cheta Nwanze Geopolitics is the study of the effects of geography on politics and human relations; mainly the relationships between nations. To most people, the word “nation” refers to countries, but the study of geopolitics may also focus on relations between sub-national geopolitical entities, such as our geopolitical zones, […]

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