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The O.J. Trial Was a Preview of America Under Trump

Jason Willick

The result came down to ethnocultural identification among the decision-makers more than lawyerly arguments and fact-checks.

Russia Scandal Looks Different Outside of Washington

Jason Willick

The Russia scandal is dominating Washington politics and media. Ordinary voters see things differently.

The Paradoxes of Trump’s Russia Strategy

Damir Marusic

Donald Trump’s cabinet has managed to construct a pretty sound approach to Russia—despite the Commander in Chief.

Reading the News in Tehran

Martha Bayles

What the critics get wrong about RFE-RL’s Persian language news service, Radio Farda.

The Wages of the Campus Revolts

Jason Willick

Republicans’ views of higher education have plummeted over the past few years.

Climate Politics and the English Language

Damir Marusic

George Orwell rolls over in his grave.

What Would a Recession Look Like?

Jason Willick

A recession today would be like an earthquake rocking a political edifice that is already showing cracks.

How To Read the Trump-Putin Meeting

Damir Marusic

Is outreach to Russia a wise move? Probably not. But President Trump is going in stronger than most give him credit for.

Good Redistribution in the GOP Health Bill

Jason Willick

Millennials finally catch a break.

The Smallness of the Health Debate and the Failure of Elite Imagination

Jason Willick & Walter Russell Mead

The parties are locked into a zero-sum fight over resources that leaves the underlying deformity of our system unaddressed.

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American Balkanization

Pew data point to one of the core ironies of liberal politics today.

Rage Against the Machine

The Palestinians want international sympathy. But rioting over metal detectors after a terrorist attack seems more likely to draw international contempt.

Revolution

A Schlumberger surge is a good sign for the health of the U.S. shale industry.

The Mueller Effect

Could it be that the President is less worried about the probe of his Russia dealings than about a general investigation with no set limits?

Crude Economics

Ecuador is ignoring OPEC demands to reduce output.

1990s Redux

The result came down to ethnocultural identification among the decision-makers more than lawyerly arguments and fact-checks.

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