In the wake of increasingly strained global politics, Seyla Benhabib argues for a return to the old political theory of cosmopolitanism.`
The proposal for a security studies program, to be funded by the Charles Koch Foundation, has now been relabeled as a “project,” rather than a “program.”
When The Heights reported news of the Boston College political science department receiving funding from the Koch Foundation, the reaction was unsurprising. Yet, I question those who express concern that this proposal will compromise BC’s Jesuit mission and values, and academic freedom. Those in the opposition have pointed to George Mason University as a bad…
The Boston College political science department is in ongoing deliberations about potentially establishing a new program that would focus on U.S. foreign policy research. The proposed program is one of many that have been supported by the Charles Koch Foundation at universities in the last few years, most recently at the University of Notre Dame,…
The political science department voted to approve the funding in meetings In late April and in early October.
The lecture was centered around works of art that addressed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Iran-Iraq War.
“The history of Game of Thrones (and our world) shows that, although the rulers and even the rules of the game may change, the struggle for power with enemies and allies alike will likely remain, as actors exchange roles in a recurring play with a familiar finale.”