Gautam Adhikari dissects the motives behind President Trump's decision to commit more troops to Afghanistan.
John Podesta writes that the Trump administration's attack on U.S. national monuments would cause damage to cultural artifacts and to the local economies that depend on protected public lands.
Author Cathleen Kelly warns that President Trump's new executive order will undermine public health and environmental protections, putting the interests of wealthy developers and powerful special interests first.
Author Lawrence J. Korb outlines 10 major failings in President Trump's new policy and strategy for the war in Afghanistan.
Author John Norris examines the roots of President Trump's disdain for NAFTA.
John Norris explains why public attitudes toward foreign assistance programs shift depending on the public's trust in government and advises leaders on how they can reverse this trend.
Max Bergmann explains why U.S.-Russia relations have descended to Cold War levels and recommends a strategy of confrontation, not appeasement, of President Vladimir Putin's regime.
A graduate of the University of Virginia, Daniella Gibbs Léger explains why the removal of Confederate statues from public spaces is both long overdue and critical to American progress.
Michael Fuchs explains how President Donald Trump's hostile rhetoric toward North Korea is merely increasing the chances of a miscalculation that could lead to war.
Adam Mount urges the United States to seize what is potentially its last opportunity at restricting North Korea's missile program.
Connor Maxwell writes about the racial terrorism in Charlottesville, Virginia, and why we all must recognize America's violent racial history and reality.
NAFTA Renegotiation Is A Stark Reminder That States And Cities Must Protect Against Climate Disaster
Gwynne Taraska, Sam Adams, and Erin Flanagan write about how U.S. states and cities can commit to a more ambitious clean energy agenda in spite of the current administration's focus on fossil fuel development.
John Norris writes about the history of public opinion toward the U.S. foreign assistance program and explores some common misperceptions held by both the American public and the development community.
Lawrence J. Korb and Yashar Parsie examine the history of China in the 1960s to better understand the current tensions between North Korea and the United States.
Andrew Schwartz and Harry Stein discuss how political dysfunction and administrative mismanagement are leading the country dangerously close to defaulting on its financial obligations.