It’s been a great nine years for TMC political science analysis
We’ve published thousands of articles. Here are some of our editors’ favorites.By Kim Yi Dionne, Henry Farrell and John Sides
These were our 10 most popular posts of 2022
The Monkey Cage 2022 roundup: Top 10.By E.J. Graff
Leaders around the world made bold moves in 2022. They didn’t always succeed.
The TMC 2022 roundups: the international beat.By Elizabeth N. Saunders
When voting rights are at risk, what threatens and what protects them?
Here at TMC, political scientists examined the shifting landscape of U.S. voting rights, from “preclearance” to “naked ballots.”By E.J. Graff
Since 2018, Republicans have lost confidence in U.S. institutions
And Amazon is no longer one of America’s most beloved institutions, our research finds.By Jonathan Ladd, Sean Kates and Joshua Tucker
African politics in 2022: More than coups and conflict
The TMC 2022 roundups: African politics.By Laura Seay and Kim Yi Dionne
What are Russians really thinking about the war?
The TMC 2022 roundups: Russia and UkraineBy Bryn Rosenfeld
Goodbye to the 117th Congress, bookended by remarkable events
The session began with the Jan. 6 attack, and ended with the surprise appearance of Ukraine’s wartime president. Plenty happened along the way.By Sarah Binder
Making sense of the Supreme Court’s historic year
The TMC 2022 roundups: U.S. Supreme CourtBy Amanda Hollis-Brusky
What did we learn from the 2022 U.S. midterm elections?
The TMC 2022 roundups: U.S. electionsBy Christopher Stout
Just seeing a Fox News logo prompts racial bias, new research suggests
It’s an example of what social scientists call “priming.”By Thomas Gift , Andrew M. Bell and Julie M. Norman
What Indians think about China, and the border clashes
How will the Modi government respond? Public opinion may hamper the government’s moves to play down the tensions after the latest skirmish.By Aidan Milliff and Paul Staniland
America and Europe are targeting Russia’s oil profits
The oil price cap makes it harder for Russia to use oil money to buy weapons and pay soldiers.By Henry Farrell
A Turkish court sentenced Erdogan’s rival to prison. That could backfire.
If the conviction stands, Istanbul's popular mayor couldn't run for president in 2023. But prosecuting the opposition is risky.By Andrew O’Donohue and Cem Tecimer
Ukraine’s military policy puts women in headlines, but not front lines
New research explores the hurdles for Ukrainian servicewomen, as well as for other women who wish to participate in the war effort.By Jessica Trisko Darden
Recent WTO rulings may complicate green industrial policies
Will the WTO framework discourage countries from decarbonization plans that prioritize their own workers, supply chains and producers?By Todd N. Tucker
Some female leaders handled covid and other crises very well
What made these leaders effective? We interviewed politicians, journalists, doctors and others in New Zealand and Iceland to find out.By Katie Tyner and Farida Jalalzai
How would we know if we were witnessing a revolution in Iran?
Revolutions are unpredictable. But the Islamic republic itself came to power through a similar scenario.By Charles Kurzman
It’s International Migrants Day. These are three must-read books.
What shapes the policies and approach of host country governments?By Kim Yi Dionne and Laura Seay
‘Scientist Wins the World Cup’ by Scientist: The Week in One Song
Argentina and France advance to the World Cup final.By Christopher Federico