Brian Katulis and Gordon Gray explain how the next administration can restore U.S. diplomacy in the Middle East and North Africa.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel explains why the Trump administration should ensure legal protections for DACA recipients and begin processing new applications into the program.
In light of the glaring inequalities exposed by the coronavirus pandemic, Neera Tanden outlines the need for a comprehensive 21st-century social contract that will not only lead the United States into recovery but also rethink the existing relationship between individuals, corporations, and the government.
Lawrence J. Korb writes about decisions that should be made in the fiscal year 2021 defense budget—including the provision of funds to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Authors Livia Lam and Daniel Bustillo examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed workforce inequities in pay and job quality in the health care industry .
Rebecca Cokley discusses some of the harmful rhetoric that has appeared following President Donald Trump's recent physical struggles that have been caught on camera.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has wreaked havoc on the lives of millions of people. While no one is immune to this pandemic, communities of color have been hit hardest due to long-standing racial inequality in the United States.
Jessica Cobian writes about the rapid spread of the coronavirus in the Otay Mesa Detention Center—and what ICE needs to do about it.
Authors Anja Manuel and Melanie Hart discuss an ongoing struggle within the International Telecommunication Union between the United States and China to determine which country will have the upper hand when it comes to establishing new global standards for technological developments.
As protesters and lawmakers act to remove Confederate monuments and statues from public spaces across the country, Frank Kendall argues that it is also time for the military to rename U.S. bases named for Confederate generals as a necessary first step toward addressing systemic racism.
Author Lily Roberts urges lawmakers to ensure that unemployment benefits are extended throughout the duration of the economic recovery, arguing that extensions should only be turned off when rehiring has taken place and hiring is back to normal.
Author Michael Fuchs argues that America’s failed response to protests has weakened its global standing and, in turn, empowered foreign dictators.
Kentucky is under increasing threat from climate change, with six different $1 billion extreme weather events occurring from 2017 through 2019.
Author Michael Fuchs urges the United States not to sacrifice Hong Kong to make a larger point about the Chinese Communist party.
Authors Matt Olsen and Katrina Mulligan evaluate the newly confirmed director of national intelligence, Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX), arguing that he must safeguard the independence of the intelligence community and fend off President Trump's attempts to use classified information for his own purposes.