Girardet offers unique insight into Afghanistan’s prospects
After decades of turmoil, Afghanistan still has a long road to recovery, an experienced war correspondent said Wednesday.
Slaughter outlines international policy goals
A national conversation redefining the United State’s foreign policy goals is essential for the future of American grand strategy, Anne-Marie Slaughter, former director of policy planning for the...
Lute backs Washington policy makers
Although the public may be divided about the United States’ role in Afghanistan and Pakistan, U.S. policies are effective in the areas, an advisor to the president said.
Play explores sexism in DNA discovery
More than 50 years ago, Rosalind Franklin made the invisible visible, but what happened next continues to trouble scientists and fuel artists.
Lecture promotes Jewish unity in US, Israel
After more than a century since the founding of Zionism, the Jewish political movement continues to wrestle with the future of Israel, a leading scholar said.
Div School group emphasizes veterans' ‘moral sacrifice’
Duke should be a place where a student veteran feels safe to talk their about their wartime experiences, Duke student and Iraq war veteran Logan Mehl-Laituri said.
Experts debate end to international War on Terror
Ten years after the War on Terror was declared, experts continue to dispute its future as it relates to U.S. foreign policy.
Vogel claims US more cautious with policy
Although the United States previously enacted strict rules about environmental protection, health and safety, the European Union is leading the game of precautionary regulations, Vogel said.
Price given Caldwell Award at NC Humanities Council
Historical and literary reflection on the past is necessary for a prosperous future, several prominent scholars said at the annual Caldwell Lecture Friday.
Napolitano addresses current American ‘immigration dilemma’
The United States’ immigration system must undergo serious reform in the next few years, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano said.
Spurlock explores brand placement in recent film
Not just anyone can convince corporate sponsors to pay someone to satirize them.
Harvard professor discusses solutions to education gap
The United States cannot continue to be competitive internationally unless improvements are made to its public school system, a Harvard professor said.
American Invents Act will spur innovation, patent reformer says
Getting the next big product on the market may just have gotten a little easier for inventors nationwide.
Fraternity recruitment to see reform
New fraternity recruitment rules will go into effect this Spring.
Bulliet illuminates Islamic contributions
Western society should value the connections and similarities it has to Islamic society instead of approaching it with hostility, Bullet said.
Panel criticizes DOM amendment
If passed in the upcoming May referendum, the North Carolina Defense of Marriage amendment may have far-reaching effects on all couples.
Archivist notes importance of South African history
Recording the past should primarily serve to question the present and look into the future, archivist Verne Harris said.
Eureka Symposium calls for responsible social practices
Ensuring social justice abroad could be in the hands of undergraduate students.
Nobel Prize winner shares love for bacteria
A Nobel Prize-winning scientist discussed his lifelong passion for microorganisms yesterday.
Author Dorfman to place collection in Rubenstein Library
An internationally acclaimed Chilean author and political activist is leaving a written legacy at Duke.
Sands explains role of DHS in external relations
The Department of Homeland Security is working to assure the safety of the U.S. at home—while affecting relations abroad.
Feminism extends reach from Vietnam to US, expert says
Reanalyzing the movements of the 1970s provides a new perspective on feminism today.
Ambassador has hope for Iraq’s future
Despite nearly a decade of American military presence, a functioning democracy has still not manifested itself in Iraq, at least in the opinion of the Iraqi ambassador to the United States.
Johnson issues a ‘call to action’ to students
Journalist and social activist Jeff Johnson sought to empower the black community at Duke Wednesday night.
Greek community issued challenge at convocation
The greek community was called to reconsider the values motivating its engagement in community service Tuesday night.