All in Policy
Despite the seeming recklessness of the move to withdraw from the HRC, the move is inherently strategic and points to extensive forethought within the Administration.
Police union contracts have become a crucial way for police departments to wield power and exert control over their jurisdictions—and lives are lost as a result.
Everyone is talking about the Special Counsel… but what about the Independent Counsel? Such an office is a better option for the United States’ 2018 needs.
Iranian President Rouhani said that Iran honors its deals, unlike the United States—a clear slap in the face to U.S. diplomacy and the president.
A lack of effective regulation has had an adverse impact on economic outcomes and public discourse, particularly in the industry of information consumption.
New York is making significant and successful progress on a policy derided as impractical by its critics.
The scenario in which a true democratic transition of power takes place seems farther and farther away.
"I cannot foresee a future with this bill passed in which the United States evokes such high opinions as the ones I heard myself."
Natural born U.S. citizenship, 35 years of age, and... not much else. Is this a problem?
Like any policy, war powers much be considered within the context and era they are used.
Fire and fury? Or a strategic blend of military strength, sanctions, and diplomacy?
American perceptions of nuclear power are rooted in 20th century technology. It's time for an upgrade.
The U.S. doesn't get to pick whether its strategic allies are guardians or abusers of human rights.
Things are heating up in the Arctic, environmentally and geopolitically.
North Korea is challenging U.S. President Donald Trump. How he responds makes all the difference.
It seems that Trump has learned nothing from his two most recent predecessors.
They say the best foreign policy is a good domestic policy. Is the opposite true, as well?