Lawrence J. Korb writes about the Trump administration's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
Alan Yu and others write about the steps the incoming Biden administration must take to address the climate crisis.
Author Jordan Link analyzes the growing security threat posed by Chinese telecom giant Huawei and how the United States can act to curb the international community's reliance on China's infrastructure.
Lawrence J. Korb writes about why he supports the U.N.-adopted treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons.
Max Bergmann and James Lamond explain why the 2020 election marks the end of the 9/11 era.
The Center for American Progress and the Movement Advancement Project list 10 actions the Biden administration can take to support LGBTQ people.
Author Gordon Gray explains what the recent U.S. election will mean for Tunisians.
Lawrence J. Korb asserts that the next U.S. secretary of defense should be a woman.
James Lamond explains how the democratic process is on track for a big victory in the United States—and why there is much more work to do.
Gordon Gray reviews The Arab Winter: A Tragedy by Noah Feldman, who explores the failures of the Arab Spring on the 10th anniversary of the uprisings.
White men are doing mostly fine without more economic relief from Washington, but just about everyone else is suffering
Olugbenga Ajilore explains how just about all Americans are suffering without additional economic relief from Washington.
Topher Spiro writes about why the monoclonal antibody treatment will not be widely available to those with COVID-19.
Author Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons explains how his ability to be legally married to his husband could be jeopardized if the U.S. Supreme Court were to turn back the clock on equality.
Trevor Sutton and Andy Green explain how the next administration can advocate for trade policies that build a stronger and fairer economic system at home and abroad.
Rebecca Cokley explains why Judge Amy Coney Barrett's probable confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court stirs unease among disabled Americans.