WPI Talks, Ep. 1: “War and its Consequences” featuring Lawrence Tritle and Michael A. Genovese Lawrence (Larry) Tritle is a professor of history at Loyola Marymount University. He is a historian … Read more
By Tom PlateOriginally appeared on Left Coast Perspectives, WPI@LMU’s blog on worldpolicy.org Has this ugly American presidential election gotten on your nerves? It has on mine. I used to have as much … Read more
Loyola Marymount Professor Jennifer Ramos interviewed Former Thailand Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra on October 6, 2016.
This summer, Jakob Weitz ’17 worked as an editorial assistant at the World Policy Journal, the flagship publication of the World Policy Institute (WPI). The position was one of two summer internships for LMU … Read more
By Michael A. GenoveseReposted from WorldPolicy.org The borderless corporation in a globalized world is finally coming to grips with one of the ubiquitous disruptive forces of our age: the demands … Read more
By Michael A. Genovesereposted from worldpolicy.org Not far from downtown Las Vegas is the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, better known as The Mob Museum. The Mob … Read more
By Jakob Sergei Weitz From the 2001 declaration of the war on terror until 2008, an unknown number of people disappeared into a secret network of “Black Site” prisons and … Read more
By Michael A. Genovese Picture 2040, just a quarter-century away: The world’s population is predicted to rise by 45 percent, and urban megacities are crammed with people. New powers such … Read more
By Michael A. Genovese In 1993, I edited a book titled Women as National Leaders. It was a study of women who headed governments and was designed to begin to … Read more
By Tom Plate and Jennifer M. Ramos The shortcomings of the U.N. are well-known: the Security Council, 15 members strong, is often gridlocked, and the General Assembly, no less than … Read more
Full event coverage of the Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree bestowed upon United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon by Loyola Marymount University on April 6, 2016.