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New research reveals how contested waters have become maritime hotspots.

  • Brandon Prins, Anup Phayal and Aaron Gold
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Many Americans worry more about the vaccines’ side effects than about covid-19. What messaging will reach them?

  • Christopher Ray
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American support for the death penalty has declined steadily for 20 years, and is nearing its lowest level since the 1950s.

  • Frank R. Baumgartner
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Communities should take care of their own through local churches and nonprofits, White Midwesterners told me.

  • Stephanie Ternullo
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Here’s the real challenge when governments no longer control sensitive information.

  • Theo Milonopoulos and Erik Lin-Greenberg
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To find out, I looked at six ways to measure White attitudes on race -- and how those influenced their votes.

  • Scott Harris
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From the Quad’s next moves to covid cooperation, here are the takeaways after last week’s bilateral meetings.

  • Christopher Clary
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A CDC reversal on masks.

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Here's what my research finds.

  • Curtis Bram
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Recruiting military personnel has become increasingly difficult as the population ages.

  • Tom Phuong Le
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This week’s African Politics Summer Reading Spectacular examines bureaucratic wrangling, the links between land and violence, and refugee life.

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From the nation’s founding, government has been deeply involved in shaping the economy – until the Carter and Reagan administrations retreated from the “American System.”

  • Robert Manduca, Nic Johnson and Chris Hong
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Sunday’s move started a fight for public approval and control of government institutions.

  • Nicholas J. Lotito
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Why did some states declare dozens of industries "essential" during the pandemic, while others designated only a few?

  • Jesse Crosson and Srinivas Parinandi
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Twitter offers a new way to apply collective pressure toward social change.

  • Lorita Copeland Daniels and Rosa Castillo Krewson
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In these 9 cases, sporting authorities tried to ban a country from international competition — sometimes for years.

  • Andrew Bertoli, Thandiwe Keet and Aleksandra Smajevic
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Political and ethnic tensions have fueled new discord — and the Taliban has capitalized on these grievances.

  • Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili
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The U.S. government probably isn't panicking, either.

  • James M. Acton
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Biden said that the social media companies are "killing people" by spreading vaccine misinformation.

  • David Lazer, Jon Green, Katherine Ognyanova, Matthew Baum, Jennifer Lin, James Druckman, Roy Perlis, Mauricio Santillana, Matthew Simonson and Ata Uslu
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And how does it work, exactly?

  • Lindsey Cormack and Jack Santucci
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