Possibilities for Russian-US Nuclear Security Cooperation | Tejas Rao

By continuing to learn from each other’s experiences regarding nuclear terrorism and by addressing GICNT member states’ concerns and desired goals as a united team, the United States and Russia can advance the cooperation amongst themselves and internationally regarding the issue of combating nuclear terrorism. Continue reading Possibilities for Russian-US Nuclear Security Cooperation | Tejas Rao

Is There Illiberal Democracy? A Problem With No Semantic Solution | Jeffrey C. Isaac

The totalitarian regimes, in short, represented lethal, and morally and politically objectionable, efforts (mutations?) to institute a kind of anti-liberal, populistic democracy. They were hostile to liberal democracy—in part, in the name of an alternative conception of democracy. Continue reading Is There Illiberal Democracy? A Problem With No Semantic Solution | Jeffrey C. Isaac