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2020
Trump’s Re-Election Strategy

The President is betting on the Electoral College to carry him back to the White House in 2020, and he just might be right.

Political Pendulum
The New New Europe

Centrist, pro-EU parties are emerging in the Visegrad countries. Can they gain traction?

A Gathering Storm
Is There a Crisis of Liberal Democracy?

We have entered a new era in which two great-power adversaries are threatening our democratic way of life with great subtlety and sophistication.

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Let's Talk
Where’s the Trust?

Collapsing social trust is the biggest problem we don’t discuss.

Print & Pixels
Academic Freedom in an Era of Globalization

The campus free speech wars aren’t the only threat to American higher education.

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Down Down Down
The Relentless Decline of Social Democracy in the West

Throughout Europe and the United States, the moderate Left has increasingly become a victim of its own past success.

panem et circenses
Is a Competent Trumpism Possible?

Could a more mainstream politician maintain or perhaps even improve on Trump’s coalition, while at the same time more effectively realizing his policy agenda?

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