From the United States and Brazil to Israel and Hungary, liberals approach the widening gap in political perceptions with incredulity while Illiberals see polarization as a political opportunity to destroy democracy.
China is beset by crises of growth, while the U.S. struggles with crises of decline. Could this create an opening for a more decentralized international system?
Playing politics with a humanitarian catastrophe eats up resources and erodes the civil rights of everyone, regardless of status.
U.S. taxpayers will spend more on the military — the largest institutional polluter on the planet — in one year than on renewable energy over 10 years.
With the horror of these weapons is on full display in the Russia-Ukraine war, the U.S. needs to sign the global ban.
In a recently published brief, the Justice Department claimed that residents of U.S. territories do not have a right to U.S. citizenship under the Constitution.
Carbon emissions continue to rise, but this year the international community might finally be getting serious about climate change.
The Biden administration will be spending hundreds of billions of dollars on addressing the climate crisis. But what does that mean for communities around the United States?
The market is not the go-to solution to the major problems of our age.
Constitutions are the product of political debate and struggle, something that Chileans understand but U.S. liberals so often ignore.