The Baltic states are also worried about Russia
A new survey shows what citizens think about NATO — and what they would do if attacked.
Supply chains endanger American security. Here’s what Biden is doing.
China controls many goods and materials that are critical for the U.S.
Ukraine’s Eurovision victory was political. So is Eurovision itself.
Eurovision songs and voting are sometimes war by other means.
The Supreme Court has more clerks and less work than 50 years ago
Did one of those clerks leak the draft abortion opinion?
Is Russia headed for a return to Stalinism?
Putin can’t reconstruct the regime that Stalin built — or save Russia from chaos.
MAGA was the real winner of the Ohio Republican primary
Ranked-choice voting alone wouldn’t have significantly changed the result, but non-partisan primaries — like Alaska’s — might
Can Lebanon’s new opposition win?
The same parties have ruled since 2005 — and they’re counting on old alliances to remain in power.
Women of color want reproductive justice, not just abortion rights
Even with Roe in place, marginalized communities have long had trouble finding good reproductive-health care.
Abortion rights protests have been peaceful. Will that change?
Here’s what scholars know about when protesters are more likely to turn confrontational — or even violent.
Why risk for violence in U.S. rises without Roe
The Dobbs decision alone is not likely to push the U.S. into civil conflict. But when you add in other trends, the risk is ticking upward.
How will Elon Musk change social media?
Hand-wringing over what Musk might do assumes Twitter has helped slow the spread of disinformation. Our research finds otherwise.
What are the rules of war and how do they apply in Ukraine?
Investigating alleged Russian war crimes is a painstaking process.
Black motherhood shapes leadership in unique ways
Black mothers face distinct challenges that can lead to a commitment to caring for a broad community.
Who’s voting for ‘Bongbong’ Marcos to be the next Filipino president?
Approval of President Rodrigo Duterte correlates closely with support for the son of Ferdinand Marcos, this survey finds.
What Alito’s draft gets wrong about women and political power
Research finds many ways that women, especially women of color, are excluded from equal access to power.
Brittney Griner was ‘wrongfully detained.’ What happens now?
The State Department announcement gives the U.S. government ways to negotiate for the release of the WNBA star.