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The Burdens of Germany’s Next Chancellor

Brandon Tensley wrote for Foreign Affairs about what's at stake in the German election.


Under Trump's Immigration Plan, My Mom Wouldn't Have Been Welcome in America. Here's Why He's Wrong.

Cecilia Muñoz wrote for Politico about the Trump administration and immigration reform.


Discard Old Ideas of a Leader of the Free World

Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote for the Financial Times about why global problems deserve a collective, international approach.


Needed: Greater Empathy

Jonathan Soros wrote for the Democracy Journal about why America's progressive infrastructure needs more empathy.


Samuel L. Jackson Has a Point

Brandon Tensley wrote for CNN about Samuel L. Jackson’s critique of the film Get Out.


New Capitalism Nurtures People, Not Products

Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote for the Financial Times about the future of capitalism and the importance of nurturing people over products.


What Trump and His Acolytes Get Wrong about American Exceptionalism

Conor P. Williams wrote for the New York Daily News about President Trump's perception of American exceptionalism.


Americans Have Seen the Last Four Presidents As Illegitimate. Here’s Why.

Andrés Martinez wrote for the Washington Post about a new kind of political attack.


How to Succeed in the Networked World

Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote for Foreign Affairs on how to succeed in the digital age.


How Do We Know When We’ve Fallen in Love? My Informal Survey Reveals Three Big Patterns

Emily Tamkin wrote for Quartz about how—and when—we become sure we’ve fallen in love.


Can You Have a Good Life if You Don’t Have a Good Job?

Michael Lind wrote for the New York Times about good lives and good jobs.


In Wells Fargo Scandal, the Buck Stopped Well Short

Susan M. Ochs wrote an op-ed for the New York Times on the Wells Fargo scandal.