Friday, July 25, 2008

Time Column 7.22.08

In "Karadzic a Big Win for Hague Cops", Samantha's latest Time Magazine column, SP examines the importance of international courts of justice and discusses some important lessons skeptics can learn from Serbia, Chile and Liberia. Reflecting upon her own experience in Bosnia during the Balkan Crisis, Power ruminates on what the arrest of Karadzic means for the future of accountability for war crimes.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

The Democrats and National Security

In her upcoming piece for the New York Review of Books, Samantha evaluates the long-held view that the Republicans are the 'national security party.' In 'The Democrats and National Security,' SP explains how this view developed and how it has been diminished under George W. Bush. She also addresses the main themes that Barack Obama should focus on for highlighting the weaknesses of this view and how the Democrats can show they will prove more reliable in keeping America safe.

Read the full story here.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Social Change: An Opportunity

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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Time Column 7.3.08

In her latest Time Magazine column, "Saving Zimbabwe," Samantha discusses the problems of forcible regime change what should be done, instead, about the crisis in Zimbabwe. Read it here.