Doug Stokes

Doug Stokes

Doug Stokes is a professor in international security and strategy in the Department of Politics at the University of Exeter.

Forget About Decolonizing the Curriculum. We Need to Restore the West’s Telos Before it’s Too Late

Forget About Decolonizing the Curriculum. We Need to Restore the West’s Telos Before it’s Too Late

The campaign by left-wing student protestors and some faculty to force Western universities to “decolonize the curriculum” has been surprisingly successful. A movement that started at the University of Cape Town in 2015, with the demand that the city’s university remove its statue of Cecil Rhodes—“Rhodes Must Fall”

Doug Stokes
Doug Stokes
colonialism
The Fragility of the Liberal World Order

The Fragility of the Liberal World Order

A review of The Jungle Grows Back: America and our Imperiled World by Robert Kagan. Knopf (September 2018) 192 pages. In its natural state, international relations is little more than a ‘jungle.’ There is no umpire to ensure fair play, no global police force to punish wrongdoers, and ‘good boys’

Doug Stokes
Doug Stokes
Books