Contrary to popular belief, protests during the 1989 East German Revolution were not driven by West German television broadcasts.
By Charles Crabtree, David Darmofal and Holger Kern |
Coverage of protest and civil conflict is likely to be “one sided” in both democracies and autocracies, but for different reasons.
Medal ceremonies for soldiers do more than just recognize individuals.
By Elizabeth Wood |
Certain frames polarize Democratic and Republican views on "neurolaw."
Exploring the use of Hebrew-, Farsi-, and English-languge Twitter networks to understand the dynamics of the Iran-Israel conflict over Iran's nuclear program
The latest leak means that intelligence agencies will want to share less with each other. Instead of clamping down, they need to think about how to make their activities more transparent and legitimate.
"I don't know" is a common view among Americans, and not the most extreme one.
You can't ignore the intersection of gender and race.
By Erin C. Cassese, Tiffany D. Barnes and Regina P. Branton |
Gender Gap |
New scholarly research suggests Ukraine’s incomplete transition from authoritarianism was to blame for the violence of Euromaidan and subsequent events.
By Leonid Peisakhin |
The new American Values Atlas illuminates public opinion on immigration and other issues.