The Starr Forum Report is a new publication that features the Starr Forums, a public event series, in print. Starr Forums are hosted by the MIT Center for International Studies through a generous gift from the Starr Foundation of New York, and the talks feature leading thinkers on pressing issues in the world of international relations and US foreign policy. These reports highlight the main arguments and messages from the discussions.
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Starr Forum Report
Populism, a case-by-case study
Never before have discussions about populism been more central in the debates in our societies, and never before have they drawn more interest from academics and brought attention to those who have studied the phenomenon over the years.Read more
Artificial intelligence and national security law: A dangerous nonchalance
James Baker, a Robert E Wilhelm Fellow at CIS and former chief judge of the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, spoke at a Starr Forum on artifical intelligence and national security law. His talk is featured here in print.Read more