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Here's what our research found.

  • Bethany Lacina and Ryan Hecker
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We found some evidence of change, but not in the ways you might expect.

  • Jonathon P. Schuldt, Peter K. Enns, Katherine Zaslavsky and Byungdoo Kim
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New surveys show how Africans reconcile their preference for democracy with trust for traditional leaders.

  • Carolyn Logan and Luyando Mutale Katenda
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Most White Americans think Black girls are older and more dangerous than their peers, new research finds. Police behave accordingly.

  • Sally A. Nuamah
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Black voters’ greater determination to vote despite longer lines may influence election results.

  • Costas Panagopoulos
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The joint statement suggests China could boost its climate targets.

  • Joanna Lewis
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Critics blame the Modi government’s pandemic decision-making.

  • Suparna Chaudhry and Shubha Kamala Prasad
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Not everyone in the Chinese government wants to see H&M and other foreign companies canceled.

  • Kecheng Fang
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Most federal judges retire for personal, rather than politically strategic, reasons. Supreme Court justices may be different.

  • Christine Nemacheck
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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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Assuming that anti-racist efforts don’t work for Asian Americans makes discrimination 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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