By Jonathan Iwry The last few decades, particularly since the start of the 21st century, have seen a significant rise in polarization. Politically, American society is fundamentally divided, and tensions are running high. It might [...]
By Kristina Kulik and Andriana Loukanari Critics call it too bureaucratic and inefficient. The complaints levied against its logistical limitations are valid; however, the United Nations remains the most prominent international body, particularly within the [...]
By Anthony Cruz Richard L. “Jake” Siewert served as White House Press Secretary during the Clinton administration and in the Treasury Department under the Obama administration. He is currently Global Head of Corporate Communications [...]
One morning of February, 2014, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin woke up filled with an expansionist spirit alike the one that made Napoleon Bonaparte take over Italy in the late 18th century. This time the target was [...]
The Penn Political Review was founded in 2003 as The Soapbox Magazine, and has grown over the past 10 years to include a wide spectrum of student, faculty, and guest opinions from the University of Pennsylvania community. Our articles are chosen by a non-partisan Editorial Board that seeks incisive, provocative pieces representing the views of Penn’s diverse community.
John M. Bridgeland Former Director, White House Domestic Policy Council
Joseph A. Califano, Jr. Former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare
Connie Morella Former U.S. Congresswoman (MD-08)
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