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Nevertheless, she persisted: what we know about women running for office in the United States

August 16, 2021

Searching for the structural roots of the storming of the Capitol: economic inequality and the role of the ultra-rich

May 5, 2021

Trump’s acquittal reminds us that we are still very much living in the post-truth age

February 24, 2021

Is a new cold war between the USA and China now more likely with Joe Biden in the White House?

February 12, 2021

Joe Biden will balance security interests and the rule of law in Central and Eastern Europe

January 29, 2021
January 19, 2021

Clientelism – another reason to worry about US democracy

Rachel Gisselquist The last several months have given us many reasons to worry about US democracy – not least the riot at the US Capitol and the president’s refusal to accept the results of the November election, with Republican support. Rachel Gisselquist argues that clientelism is yet another reason to worry Read more
November 16, 2020

Biden's narrow victory means power-sharing with the Republicans

Richard Johnson Joe Biden won the American presidential election, but by such a narrow margin that, when combined with the outcome of the congressional elections, and especially the possibility of a Republican-controlled Senate, his power to achieve much is likely to be severely constrained, writes Richard Johnson Read more

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