Expert on Indian foreign policy to speak Monday at IU Bloomington

India has a new government and a controversial new leader, and the combination has raised speculation about the direction of foreign policy in the world’s largest democracy. That makes a program Monday at Indiana University Bloomington especially timely. David Malone, the rector of United Nations University and under-secretary-general of the U.N., will speak on “Evolving […]

U MAD, Professor?

Back during the Cold War, we relied on a doctrine of MAD, or “mutually assured destruction,” to ensure the U.S. and Soviet Union didn’t go to war against each other. Each side had enough nuclear weapons to destroy the other many times over. Launching an attack would have been suicidal. Nowadays the focus for nuclear weapons […]