John Maynard Keynes’ “How to Pay for the War” is a useful tool in our ongoing battle against the coronavirus.
Brooke Reaves is the editor-in-chief and co-founder of The Texas Orator. She is a fourth-year majoring in Business Honors, Economics Honors, and Plan II Honors at UT Austin. Brooke looks forward to growing The Texas Orator’s community and increasing the free exchange of ideas on campus. Outside of her time with The Orator, she tutors with PlanTutoring, leads a creative writing club, takes too many classes, learns French, studies Texas history, and reads voraciously. Social media: @brookelinreaves
Might or Right: Theories of Justice in International Relations
Brooke Reaves ponders the nature of justice within the context of Thucydides’ Melian Dialogue.
Ideas — Asteroid Mining: I Mean, Why Not?
Brooke Reaves kicks off our new daily Ideas section with a conversation on the possibilities that exist within the final frontier.
On the United Nations
In an era of increasing globalization and diplomatic thawing, the U.N. has grown bloated and ineffective.
Hydraulic Fracturing: Yay or Nay?
Brooke Reaves drills into the truth of fracking–a process that stimulates and maximizes oil and natural gas extraction–with an honest analysis of its economic benefits and environmental and societal drawbacks.