When it comes to teaching U.S. history, a new survey finds that Americans agree on much more than they think.
Political science has been slow to grapple with climate change, but it can play a critical role in addressing obstacles to nation-wide action. Frank Fukuyama's latest.
A survey of America’s funding of the war of ideas during the Cold War can be instructive.
Do political elites really drive change in America? Timothy Shenk’s new book explores why many of America’s political reformers have failed–and why that’s a good thing.
China’s aggressive foreign policy has more than one cause, which means that it is likely to persist.
As defense ministers meet in Germany to tussle over tanks, policymakers must know: Ukrainian victory will be a crucial defeat for Russian revanchism. The alternatives are bleak.
Germany, the United States, and how today’s challenges are creating new opportunities for liberal democracy.