On August 2, 1939, Albert Einstein wrote to FDR, citing the possibility of nuclear weapons. Six years later, the first atom bomb was dropped on Japan, ending WWII in the Pacific and sparking the beginning of nuclear arms races worldwide.
Bowe Bergdahl is a name that seems to be everywhere recently. With his newfound freedom after five years in Taliban captivity, Bergdahl is finally returning home. Some welcome him with open arms, others with contempt for his actions. Should the U.S. have acted as they did in bringing him home, or should he stand punishment for desertion of the U.S. Army?Read More
President Barack Obama is expected to breathe new life into his vision of a world free of nuclear weapons during his State of the Union address on Tuesday. Although it is unlikely that specific levels will be discussed, officials speculate the White House will seek a reductionRead More
Growing digitization has brought issues of Internet governance and security to the forefront of political action today. It is, therefore, noteworthy that a major player in Silicon Valley has entered the growing intellectual discourse on cyber policy. Such a stature adds a unique, well-regarded perspective to debates and could represent the beginning of a significant branch of cyber political philosophy.Read More