Matt Browne writes on the future of progressives in Italy.
Matt Browne writes on the EU elections and the rise of anti-European populism on both the political left and right.
John Podesta and Matt Browne explain the machinations of a beleaguered president trying to avoid impeachment.
Issue Brief Matt Browne explains why progressive economic policies will restore European growth and prosperity.
Matt Browne details why the new socialist leader will focus on job creation and European-wide growth instead of austerity to cope with recessions and budget deficits.
Matt Browne argues that French President Nicolas Sarkozy may well be the latest victim of Europe's rising antiausterity mood, with the election of opponent Francois Hollande marking a shift toward economic recovery in Europe.
Matt Browne sets the state visit by the conservative British leader in the context of wider transatlantic progressive values.
Matt Browne previews what will be an interesting contest in France's elections in The Huffington Post.
Report A series of reports about the progressives response to demographic change throughout Europe, Australia, and the United States.
Sabina Dewan and Matt Browne explain that the United States and Brazil have shared interests that will form the basis of a mutually beneficial economic partnership in the years ahead.
The Obama campaign combined a political strategy that focused on a singular narrative and open organizational structure with modern tools to maximize fundraising and voter mobilization.
Report Report from Will Straw, Matt Browne, Sabina Dewan, and Nina Hachigian outlines how to strengthen the group of 20 to tackle key global crises.
Matt Browne is a Senior Fellow at American Progress, working on building trans-Atlantic and international progressive networks and studying trans-Atlantic policy issues. Previously, Matt was director of public affairs in APCO Worldwide’s London office, where he ran the company’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa government relations practice. Matt is also the former director of Policy […]