Kate Bahn explains how monopsony has led to increased productivity but stagnant wages.
John Kwoka and Marc Jarsulic write that the time has come to update the nation's antitrust enforcement infrastructure.
Brian Katulis and Elizabeth H. Prodromou argue that the Trump administration should address the plight of Christians in the Middle East.
President Donald Trump's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping suggests that Trump is all talk and can be pushed around with subtlety and patience.
Lawrence Korb and Francesca VanDoorn argue that the Trump administration’s defense budget honors campaign goals but hinders U.S. interests.
Yoram Schweitzer writes about why the United States needs to clearly distinguish its counterterrorism approach from Russia's.
Author Brian Katulis notes that one key part of preventing wider escalation in Syria is anticipating the actions of others with a stake in the region.
Michael Fuchs writes about why President Trump should not put economic deals over foreign policy relations during his visit with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Author Brian Katulis discusses the parallels between the leadership of President Donald Trump and tactics of Middle East dictators.
Transgender people’s need for care that affirms their true selves and promotes their health and well-being parallels all Americans’ desire for high-quality, affordable health insurance coverage and health care.
A vote for the nuclear option in Judge Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation is a vote against the rights of workers and historically marginalized groups.
Mokhtar Awad, Daniel Benaim, and Brian Katulis discuss President Trump's relationship with Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi.
Fighting the opioid epidemic requires reducing childhood trauma across various contexts, but under President Donald Trump’s recent budget proposal, instances of trauma are poised to increase.
Author Michael Fuchs notes that the big question for the Trump administration is how it plans to strengthen the ability of America to safeguard its long-term regional goals in Asia.
Author Claire Moser explains how President Donald Trump's upcoming executive order would roll back U.S. environmental protections and cost taxpayers.