The late president's bold, unique governing style fostered crime, corruption, and stifling government inefficiency.
Articles By: Valentina Perez
Valentina Perez '15 is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review.
HPR interviews Hanna Rosin, the author of The End of Men: And the Rise of Women and a national correspondent at The Atlantic.
J.K. Rowling's debut adult novel is a first-hand look at various manifestations of disappoints and failings of human nature.
Seventeen HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more.
The United States’ relationship with the Arab world might be described as “involved,” “turbulent,” and largely focused on the Middle East. France, however, has a very different relationship with the Arab world centered on the Maghreb, the North African Arab nations consisting of Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria. I saw the unique interaction between the French and the Arab world this ... Read More
Seven HPR writers discuss and critique Anne-Marie Slaughter's article, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All"
The real hurdles for women are imbedded in our culture, and changing them will not be easy.
Zimmerman's race doesn't matter. But the fact that he used racial profiling does.
Why "V for Vendetta" is just all-round good.
HPR culture writers share a sampling of insights on Russian literature, high school party movies, and more.