In this episode of Providence’s weekly series Marksism, Mark Tooley, Mark Melton, and Marc LiVecche discuss the journal’s latest content,…
Mark Tooley & Marc LiVecche & Mark MeltonAugust 14, 2020
Washington and the West need to stop neglecting Lebanon, primarily for the sake of their own strategic and regional interests.
Habib C. MalikAugust 12, 2020
Religious minorities hope the Iraqi protest movement can reshape the country to serve the interests of all Iraqis
Jeremy BarkerNovember 26, 2019
Robert Mugabe, the dictator who impoverished and brutalized a nation across 37 years, was buried in a Zimbabwe state funeral…
Mark TooleySeptember 26, 2019
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s decision to nominate his son, Eduardo Bolsonaro, to become the next ambassador of Brazil to the US has triggered concerns about nepotism in the South American nation.
W. Alejandro SanchezAugust 9, 2019
Against the backdrop of a watching world, the United States is in the midst of an intense period of self-inflicted…
Drew GriffinMarch 27, 2019
Earlier this month, large parts of southern Iraq rose in tumult and turmoil as hot, thirsty, and angry citizens complained about unemployment, lack of services, corruption, lack of water, and lack of electricity in a country with the world’s fifth largest proven oil reserves.
Alberto M. FernandezJuly 25, 2018
What is “kleptocracy,” and what role does the United States play in it? Is the US a kleptocracy? How do anonymous shell companies contribute? In this episode that we recorded late last summer, Ted Moorman answers these questions and more.
Ted C. Moorman & Mark MeltonApril 27, 2018
In this extended version of our regular, public Foreign Policy ProvCast, Ted Moorman speaks in more detail about kleptocracy and America’s role in perpetuating foreign corruption.
Ted C. Moorman & Mark MeltonApril 26, 2018