What does it mean for our republic to have citizens formed by and beholden to educational, informational, and social apparatuses owned by multinational corporations?
David Hendrickson, Professor of International Relations, Colorado College, and Visiting Senior Fellow, CSS
Ancient patterns and precedents in political geography, social compact formation, religion, and the regional state system help us today to manage uncertainty and seize diplomatic opportunity.
Americans hold different ideas about the causes of war, but public discussion of the question of what Christian ethics requires of the United States has largely been ignored.
Join us for a conversation with Robert Kagan and Patrick Porter.
Join CSS and William & Mary for a forum on the all-volunteer military.
In addition to the opportunity for networking and receiving candid, constructive feedback, each participant will receive a stipend of $500.
A discussion of "Endless Wars and America’s All-Volunteer Force"