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In a partisan era, public opinion on Court size shifts with the political context.

  • Michael Albertus and Guy Grossman
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History suggests that diplomacy is more effective than sabotage.

  • Nicholas Miller
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The breakaway league includes 12 top European teams.

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“Foreigners” have been blamed for pandemics and disease all the way back to the bubonic plague — and probably before.

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Pretending there's no discrimination makes it harder to eliminate.

  • Margaret M. Chin and Yung-Yi Diana Pan
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The Trump administration proposed expanding what is defined as ‘rural.’

  • Zoe Nemerever and Melissa Rogers
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We looked at the impact of private Chinese investments in seven countries.

  • Yoon Jung Park
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An exit from Afghanistan.

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When Title IX first segregated school sports into girls’ and boys’ teams, it was meant to be temporary.

  • Elizabeth Sharrow
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Thirty years later, global financial institutions still condition loans on policies like “structural reforms.”

  • Sarah Babb and Alexander Kentikelenis
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Violent policing damages trust in local government, our research finds.

  • Andrea Silva, Diego Esparza and Valerie Martinez-Ebers
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They’ll discuss new ways to cooperate, as well as unfinished business from the Trump years.

  • Phillip Y. Lipscy and Mary M. McCarthy
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Here's how the U.K. decision to leave the E.U. upset Northern Ireland's fragile peace.

  • Kimberly Cowell-Meyers and Carolyn Gallaher
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Here are experts’ key takeaways on the war in Afghanistan.

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White working class voters were moving to the Republican party before Trump. He stopped the trend.

  • Nicholas Carnes and Noam Lupu
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The Biden administration will find it difficult to contain Israel and Iran’s escalating tensions.

  • Dalia Dassa Kaye
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During six major crises in U.S. history, debates over reshaping the court were linked to debates over whether democracy could survive.

  • Thomas M. Keck
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They can bypass statutory rape charges through marriage.

  • Amber Lusvardi
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A closer read of embedded clues in China’s political communications reveals caution and insecurity.

  • Yuen Yuen Ang
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Survey data suggest it will be hard for Putin to rally support for a direct military intervention.

  • Timothy Frye
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