PhD Candidate in Political Science and International Relations, University of Southern California
As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in Washington to urge the United States to prepare for war to destroy Iran’s nuclear facilities, it is a good time to think through the ways military attacks could backfire on Israel, the United States, and the world community.
Assistant Professor of Government, Department of Government, Cornell University
Americans face many threats to their economic wellbeing but rarely mobilize to demand solutions. Why not? In a fresh analysis, Levine shows that political appeals can be self-defeating when they remind people of financial obstacles that discourage engagement.