In a free-of-any-surprise re-election, Nursultan Nazarbayev has been reelected Kazakhstan’s president. The man, in power since 25 years, is a champion of soft power, both on the international scene, and domestically.
New research shows no evidence that rulings on gay marriage produce public backlash, even among Evangelical Christians and conservatives.
Despite obvious similarities on the surface, digging deeper into the politics of Baltimore and Ferguson reveals important differences as well.
New research shows that gaining access to the Internet doesn't increase interest in politics.
Loving and Roe were counter-majoritarian opinions. Expanding marriage rights to gays and lesbians wouldn't be.
We can't eliminate our system of lobbyists, only re-balance it.
Compared with many other countries, public opinion toward homosexuality hasn't changed all that rapidly in the United States.
How public opinion surveys can provide valuable data to evaluate progress on the sustainable development goals
Violent demonstrations erupted in Burundi against the president’s announced candidacy for a third term. What should the international community do as Burundi’s electoral season continues?