Author Tom Jawetz details Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh's long record of denying immigrants basic legal rights.
Author Abigail Bard explains why the United States must ensure that any treaty with North Korea contributes meaningfully to peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Author Michael Fuchs urges the United States to end its war in Afghanistan in order to preserve America's resources and strategic focus in the face of more pressing national security threats.
Yes, Paul Manafort is on trial for crimes in the U.S. But his work in Ukraine helped to destroy a country.
Author Diana Pilipenko discusses former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort, his shady dealings in Ukraine, and what portends for his trial moving forward.
Author Lawrence J. Korb discusses the Trump administration's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, its reimposition of sanctions on Iran, and why other nations are pushing back.
Author Angel Mendez-Flores discusses Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh's judicial record on immigration, reproductive rights, health care, voting rights, and other issues, as well as the threat it poses to the Latino community.
Author Gautam Adhikari discusses the significance of President Trump's efforts to delegitimize the media by branding it as the "enemy of the people."
Author Laura Jimenez discusses why state high schools should be given adequate resources to prepare all students for both college and their careers.
Author Scott Sargrad discusses how Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation may help Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' efforts to promote school vouchers, dismantle civil rights protections, and defend for-profit colleges at the expense of students and taxpayers.
Authors Daniel Benaim and Hollie Russon Gilman discuss why it's time for liberal democracies to begin grappling with the challenges that technology poses to individual freedom.
Authors Daniel Benaim and Michael Wahid Hanna discuss how water scarcity and Middle Eastern influence are reshaping Northeast Africa.
Authors Daniel Benaim and Minna Jaffery discuss three major takeaways from the Iraq protests in the midst of postelection negotiations among the country's political leaders.
Authors Natalia Abrams and Senya Merchant discuss California state's lawsuit against student loan company Navient and the implications on efforts to hold abusive student loan companies accountable if California wins.
Author Daniella Zessoules urges readers to focus on wages—not job and GDP numbers—to measure the true health of the U.S. economy.
Author Alison Cassady discusses the Trump administration's proposal to freeze federal vehicle efficiency standards, benefitting the oil industry at the expense of states' rights, automobile workers, and consumers.