Hoover Institution’s Dr. Angelo Codevilla- Identity Politics

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{Tuesday, March 1st, 2016}


 Angelo Codevilla – “Hoover Institution’s Dr. Angelo Codevilla: Identity Politics”

Angelo Codevilla

Angelo Codevilla is professor emeritus of international relations at Boston University, and was as a visiting professor at Princeton and Georgetown. He was a fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, and is the author of thirteen books. Codevilla’s articles have appeared in journals from Foreign Affairs and The National Interest to The Claremont Review of Books, and his op eds in the Times and Journal as well as abroad. Born and raised in Italy, Angelo Codevilla has a Ph.D from Claremont, where he studied with Leo Strauss and Harry Jaffa. He served as a naval officer and as a US Foreign Service officer. Between 1977 and 1985 he was on the staff of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Angelo Codevilla’s books and articles have been about the nature of regimes, as well as of war and peace. The Character of Nations shows how peoples shape their character by how they govern themselves. Advice to War Presidents explains the instruments of power. Informing Statecraft examines the role of intelligence in statecraft and defines its functions. The Ruling Class is about today’s American regime. His newest book, To Make And Keep Peace, shows how American statecraft’s loss of focus on our peace engenders dysfunction at home and abroad.





Location: The Westin South Coast Plaza

686 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Time:  6:00PM – 8:30 PM



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