2013 Press Archive

Women Around Town

Intelligence Squared – S. Dana Wolfe’s Words to the Wise

March 05, 2014

With an extensive background in politics and an eclectic résumé to impress any mover and shaker—including a handful of Emmy awards won during her time… more

Phawker

CRIME & PUNISHMENT: Talking Drones, Snowden, O.J. And How To Solve The Israeli-Palestinian Riddle With Super-Lawyer Alan Dershowitz

March 04, 2014

Famed criminal defense lawyer, retired Harvard Law School professor and cable news gadfly Alan Dershowitz will be at the National Constitution Center tomorrow to debate… more

Russia Is A Marginal Power

Russia Is A Marginal Power

March 04, 2014

From the Panel For: Ian Bremmer We're Witnessing The Most Seismic Geopolitical Events Since 9/11Ian Bremmer, Business Insider, March 2, 2014A big part of the… more

Legal Insurrection

Debate: “Affirmative action on campus does more harm than good”

March 04, 2014

What if affirmative action actually hurts minorities? Badger Pundit has the rundown on a debate at Harvard Law School over the proposition in the title… more

Mail on Sunday

Peter Hitchens vs Edward Lucas on the Crimea confrontation

March 02, 2014

Both these short articles appeared in the Mail on Sunday today. My friend Ed Lucas (a fellow former Moscow Correspondent and now a distinguished writer… more

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Approval to target terrorists, U.S. citizens

March 02, 2014

The president has the constitutional authority to target American citizens overseas. This authority is derived from his war-making power as commander-in-chief of the armed forces.… more

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Violating the ideals he pledged to uphold

March 02, 2014

The White House is once again weighing whether to kill an American citizen overseas as part of its "targeted killing" program. This extrajudicial killing program… more

Illustration by Thomas James

Affirmative Action On Campus Does More Harm Than Good

February 28, 2014

Affirmative action, when used as a factor in college admissions, is meant to foster diversity and provide equal opportunities in education for underrepresented minorities. But… more

The Washington Post

Intelligence Squared debate: Affirmative action on campus does more harm than good

February 28, 2014

Intelligence Squared presented a very lively debate last night at Harvard Law School — “Resolved: Affirmative Action On Campus Does More Harm Than Good.” Arguing… more

The Harvard Crimson

Law School Hosts Debate on the Merits of Affirmative Action

February 28, 2014

A panel featuring Harvard Law School professor Randall L. Kennedy and others debated the pros and cons of affirmative action Thursday evening at the Law… more