The Dragon in Araby: China Challenges Western Hegemony In The Arab World By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
Though others have tried and failed, China’s oil needs may be forcing its hand at making inroads in the Middle East. What will this look like? And can the Chinese make it work?
If Venezuela Is To Survive, Then Compromise Must Become The Country’s Watchword. By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
Recent protests in Caracas against the continued rule of Chavez’s political heirs suggest that the electoral revolution carried out by Venezuela’s late caudillo is a least a bit shaky.
Cultural Evolution and the New Science of Morality By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
Like our personalities, it seems that our politics is something that is at least in part passed down to us by virtue of genetic inheritance.
Democratic Multiculturalism And The Right Of Return By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
If Spain can accept liberal multiculturalism, there is no reason to think Israelis can’t do so as well.
A Fruitless, Pointless War: America’s Legacy in Afghanistan By Jeffrey Cavanaugh
End the war. Bring all the troops home. Now.