Rajan Menon

Rajan Menon, a TomDispatch regular, is the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Professor of International Relations at the Powell School, City College of New York, and Senior Research Fellow at Columbia University’s Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies. His latest book is The Conceit of Humanitarian Intervention.

Hypersonic weapons and national (in)security Rajan Menon
America’s suicide epidemic Rajan Menon
Money talks, big time Rajan Menon
Walling in the opioid crisis? Rajan Menon
Shattering Europe? Why Trump’s Paris fiasco really matters Rajan Menon
Yemen’s descent into hell Rajan Menon
National (in)security: The wages of poverty in America Rajan Menon
Normalizing nukes, Pentagon-style Rajan Menon
Avoiding armageddon in Korea Rajan Menon
Populism in the 21st century: A Trumpian view of the middle class Rajan Menon
Avoiding apocalypse on the Korean Peninsula Rajan Menon
National (in)security: What a Trump presidency really means for Americans at the edge Rajan Menon
Forget "bad hombres," President Trump is headed for a war with China Rajan Menon
Iranian connection in the age of Trump: How will the president-elect address the Iran nuclear deal? Rajan Menon
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