How will Covid-19 shape the geopolitical landscape, as the world’s great powers struggle for influence and advantage?
The author explores to what extent the spread of right-wing populism in the West may influence the nature of civil-military relations across the world. Continue Reading
Earlier this month, we lost a great American leader in science and technology, Erich Bloch, who died on November 25 at the age of 91. Bloch was one of those unique individuals whose contributions included both engineering and technological innovation… Continue Reading
This presidential election cycle has seen a storm of controversies and campaign promises from both major party candidates. While science and technology (S&T) policy is unlikely to make headlines in the two weeks leading up to the election, it is… Continue Reading
Though organ donation is not a solution to disparate health outcomes among racial groups in the U.S., promoting donor registration among racial minority groups would be a start toward addressing this gap. Continue Reading
Whereas, based on a purely technical reading, the Sykes-Picot was just one of many wartime agreements that did not survive the immediate post-war period, it remained very much alive as a metaphor for something much wider — namely Western interference or “meddling” in regional affairs. Continue Reading