Video: Prager U on crime, punishment, and foreign policy

Video: Prager U on crime, punishment, and foreign policy

When faced with foreign policy decisions, what could the next president learn from the New York Police Department’s successful battle against crime?

In the video that follows, Bret Stephens, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Wall Street Journal, explains how the broken-windows theory of crime that made the Big Apple safer can also be used by the White House to restore order and peace to an increasingly disordered world.

Find out what the broken-window theory is, and how it could work on the world stage.

LU Staff

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