Deniz Yuksel

Deniz Yuksel is an intern at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Marksism | Episode 3: George Floyd, Protests, and More

Providence editors named Mark or Marc discuss the week’s latest events, including the protests and riots in the wake of…

Turkish Media Targets Ecumenical Patriarchate Bartholomew I of Constantinople
Turkish Media Targets Ecumenical Patriarchate Bartholomew I of Constantinople

On May 4, a pro-government Turkish magazine published a special edition falsely alleging that Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople (Istanbul) helped stage the July 15, 2016, coup attempt.

Shadi Hamid on “Church of Woke”

Here’s my interview with Brookings Institution senior fellow and Atlantic contributor Shadi Hamid about protests, riots and national conversation on…

American in the Aftermath of George Floyd: Between Paganism and Christianity
America in the Aftermath of George Floyd: Between Paganism and Christianity

Is secularism taking hold? Is paganism reemerging? Do we live in a strange time characterized by a return to paganism, though with Christian characteristics? Whichever account is correct has implications for America in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.

Bringing “All the World into Combustion”: Roger Williams, Civility, National Security COVID-19 Pandemic
Bringing “All the World into Combustion”: Civility in the COVID-19 Pandemic

The erosion of civility is perhaps one of the more domestic national security threats that the COVID-19 pandemic magnified in recent weeks.

Restraint and Resolve: Christian Realism and the Requirements of Courage - George Floyd - Just War Tradition
Restraint and Resolve: Christian Realism and the Requirements of Courage

Through a Christian realist lens, the police officer’s mission closely corresponds to the just war tradition’s aim of promoting order, justice, and peace. Marc LiVecche reviews how the police failed in the killing of George Floyd.

Will Inboden on Nukes & Christian Ethics

William Inboden is sharp strategic thinker with theological heft.

Missionaries as Spies in World War II: A Review of Matthew A. Sutton’s Double Crossed
Missionaries as Spies in World War II: A Review of Matthew A. Sutton’s Double Crossed

Matthew A. Sutton’s Double Crossed is an important book that offers a case study of how religious leaders contributed to national security in a challenging wartime environment.

That Smile: A Review of Timothy Keller John Inazu’s Uncommon Ground
That Smile: A Review of Timothy Keller and John Inazu’s Uncommon Ground

It is understandable that for many evangelicals their smile has given way to a frown in an increasingly aggressive and hostile secular culture. It is this reality that Timothy Keller and John Inazu engage in Uncommon Ground: Living Faithfully in a World of Difference.

ProvCast Ep. 50: Hong Kong’s Democracy Faces its “Worst-Case Scenario” (Olivia Enos)
ProvCast Ep. 50: Hong Kong’s Democracy Faces its “Worst-Case Scenario”

This week the Chinese Communist Party approved a decision to “establish and enhance the legal framework and enforcement mechanisms for…