Today on Into the Intro, we’re celebrating one of our favorite national pastimes—The Kentucky Derby, which kicked off this year’s Triple Crown races on Saturday. As you gear up for the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes, don’t forget to catch up on the history, culture, and legacy of the sport with The Cambridge Companion to [...]
Launched in October 1941, Hitler’s Operation Typhoon had a simple objective: capture Moscow and knock the Soviet Union out of the war. Operation Typhoon is an incisive, groundbreaking account of Germany’s drive to capture Moscow. Read the entire introduction here.
We’re kicking off the new Cambridge Book Club a few days early with a sneak peek at Shakespeare Beyond Doubt. Dive in to the authorship debate: did William Shakespeare really write the plays attributed to him? Read on to find out…and don’t forget to check back on Wednesday and all month long for new Book Club features as we read Shakespeare Beyond Doubt.
Go Into the Intro of The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare, the NATO-commissioned guide to the changing ways of war and the new threats of a digital world. Should civilian hackers be considered military targets? Should victims of damaging cyber attacks be able to strike back with weapons against the offender?
For far too long (since Plato’s era, to be exact), philosophers have portrayed justice as an abstract, universal ideal—a notion to strive towards, instead of being an actual reality. In Justice for Earthling, leading social justice theorist David Miller proposes a theory that connects social justice to the way societies actually function and the way people actually think about what’s fair.