French Election Proves Politics As Usual Aren’t Dead Yet

Heather Hurlburt wrote for the New York Magazine about the French election results.

Why the White House's Secrecy Over Visitor Logs Isn't a Crisis

Lee Drutman wrote for The Atlantic about the Trump administration's decision to stop releasing White House visitor logs to the public.

The Moment for Participatory Democracy

Hollie Russon-Gilman wrote for the Stanford Social Innovation Review about three viable models for civic engagement

Four Foreign Policy Lessons From the North Korea Showdown

Heather Hurlburt wrote for New York Magazine about key takeaways from last weekend's North Korea scare.

A Primer on the French Election

Yascha Mounk wrote for Slate about the French election.

Will the Trump Backlash Nudge American Politics Back Toward Normalcy?

Mark Schmitt wrote for Vox's Polyarchy about whether anti-Trump backlash will edge politicians back towards standard political practices.

Democracy Has Stood Up to Trump

In his regular article for Slate, Yascha Mounk wrote about resiliency under Trump.

What Ever Happened to Our Transpartisan Future?

Heather Hurlburt wrote for Vox’s Polyarchy about transpartisanship.

Will Republicans Get Rid of the Legislative Filibuster Next?

Lee Drutman wrote for Vox's Polyarchy about whether Senate Republicans will do away with the 60-vote threshold for legislation

3 Lessons from Republicans’ Failure to Repeal Obamacare

Lee Drutman wrote for Vox's Polyarchy about takeaways from Republicans' failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act

Why Trump Wanted to Force a Vote on Health Care

Lee Drutman wrote for Vox's Polyarchy about why Donald Trump attempted to force a House vote on the Republican health care bill

I’m Glad ACA Repeal Failed, but I’m Angry about It Too

Mark Schmitt wrote for Vox's Polyarchy about why Republicans' failure to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA) is infuriating