Confronting Trump: We Can’t Be Outraged About Everything, All of the Time

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on the need to not be outraged by everything President Trump does, all the time.

Inside China's Vast New Experiment in Social Ranking

Mara Hvistendahl wrote the cover story for WIRED’s January 2018. She quoted Rogier Creemers of New America's Cybersecurity team.

Are Deaths In Police Custody Being Miscategorized As Excited Delirium?

Katie Engelhart reported for NBC Left Field on a young, unarmed Black man in Texas who died after being tased nine times by police officers.

A Picture Held Us Captive

Zia Haider Rahman wrote and presented a documentary titled A Picture Held Us Captive for the BBC.

Trump's Dangerous Guantánamo Fixation Will Fuel Fire for Terrorists

Joshua Geltzer wrote for The Hill on why Trump's suggestion to send Sayfullo Saipov to GTMO is counterproductive and potentially harmful.

The Uncounted

Azmat Khan co-wrote a feature for the New York Times Magazine on how the U.S.-led battle against ISIS is killing many Iraqi civilians.

How the ‘Resistance’ Helped Democrats Dominate Virginia

Gideon Lewis-Kraus wrote a feature for the New York Times Magazine about the 2017 Virginia elections

Where the Small-Town American Dream Lives On

Larissa MacFarquhar wrote about a thriving rural community in Iowa for the New Yorker discussing the lessons we can learn from it

I’m a Black Veteran. Why Is Trump Making Me Feel Unpatriotic?

Ted Johnson wrote for Politico on what it means to be a black veteran in a political climate where patriotism is racialized.

The Commercial Ecology of Scavenger Capitalism: Monsanto, Fossil Fuels, and the Remaking of a Chemical Giant

Bart Elmore published research on Monsanto in the Cambridge University Press’ Enterprise and Society journal.

Putin’s Russia Wrestles with the Meaning of Trotsky and Revolution

Joshua Yaffa wrote for the New Yorker about how Putin's current Russia grapples with the country's revolutionary past

Why the First Amendment Constrains Trump’s Use of Twitter

Joshua Geltzer co-wrote for Just Security on why the First Amendment can constraint President Trump's use of Twitter.