Whether there was a quid pro quo doesn’t matter. The Ukraine call was wrong, period.

  • Steven L. Hall
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The "Was it a coup?" debate distracts from deeper issues plaguing the country — some of Morales's making.

  • Michael Paarlberg
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There is scant evidence that coups and other forms of military intervention result in more democratic rule.

  • Erica De Bruin
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Providing all perspectives offers new insight into how to build a constructive relationship between the nations.

  • Arash Azizi
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Joe Biden just racked up a lot of foreign policy endorsements. Does it matter?

Generational divides distract from deeper questions of power. Boomers should remember that from the 1960s.

  • Holly Scott
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Rearranging the NSC deck chairs.

A cathartic moment for LGBT people masked a dangerous sentiment.

History provides lessons on how to pit popular culture against internet hate speech and racist propaganda.

  • Michelle Kelley
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Strategies of segregation and secession to hoard resources are leaving the whole metropolitan area unprepared for rising waters.

  • William Horne
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It's a star on the brink of collapsing on itself.

  • Jared Keller
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States should keep in-state tuition rates for “dreamers” like me.

  • Yanet Limon-Amado
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Asking the Ukrainian president to investigate the Bidens is exactly the kind of misconduct the framers of the Constitution had in mind in introducing a check on presidential misuse of power.

  • Michael J. Gerhardt
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There are cocoons, and then there are cocoons.

Working-class radicalism once transcended nativist division — and can do so again.

  • Steven C. Beda
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Medicaid saves lives. Ideological antipathy to Medicaid costs lives.

If the president was acting in good faith on Ukraine, that means Joe Biden was, too.

Marginalizing east-German perspectives could undermine democracy.

  • Elena Souris
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Ronald Reagan's speech at the Berlin Wall came at the apex of American exceptionalism. Now, in the age of Donald Trump, we have arrived at American pedestrianism.

  • Daniel Baer
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  • Perspective

The First Amendment wasn’t always first.

  • Stephanie Barclay
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