Vikram Singh, senior fellow for National Security, discusses with American Enterprise Institute's Danielle Pletka the global rise of populism, nationalism, and authoritarianism.
Author Sarah Shapiro criticizes the Trump administration's regressive position on sex education.
Drawing on her own experiences, author Rebecca Cokley explains why it is important for parents to teach their children that they have the right to consent—or not consent—to how their images, words, bodies, and experiences are used.
Author Michael Fuchs discusses how President Donald Trump's decision to leave the Iran nuclear deal could put the lives of Americans—and people around the world—in danger.
Author Luke Bassett discusses the potentially unethical link between the liquified natural gas industry and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt.
Authors Michael Fuchs and Abigail Bard describe the potential for progress—or pitfalls—following the historic summits between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Lawrence J. Korb writes about President Trump's decision to pull out from the Iran nuclear deal.
Author Antoinette Flores discusses the shortcomings of college accreditors in assessing student outcomes, as well as solutions to ensure America’s higher education system is a generator of social and economic mobility.
Alex Tausanovitch writes about the questions around the National Rifle Association's Russian donors.
Gregg Gelzinis writes about federal regulators' recent attempts to loosen bank capital rules.
Batel: Rethinking the School-to-Work Pipeline With Career and Technical Education That Is Rigorous, Inclusive, and Equitable
Author Samantha Batel discusses expanding and redesigning career and technical education (CTE) programs to strengthen the school-to-work pipeline.
Author Lawrence J. Korb discusses why House Speaker Paul Ryan and his peers should not have supported large increases in defense spending on the basis that it will eliminate noncombat deaths.
Author Michael Fuchs discusses Congress' obligation to keep the United States safe from President Trump's dangerous foreign policies.
Authors Michael Fuchs and Abigail Bard discuss why Mike Pompeo's meeting with Kim Jong-un raises serious questions about the former CIA director's suitability for secretary of state.
Matt Lee-Ashley writes on the insufficiency of Interior Secretary Zinke's new plan to fund U.S. national parks.