March 18, 2019 – from The Conversation
"Past and continuing atrocities in Syria will haunt history for generations to come. That Syrians retain any hope in a better future is not only a testament to their sheer will. It is also a sign, I believe, that the revolution they began eight years ago continues today."
March 12, 2019 – from Chicago Democracy Project
Tom Ogorzalek breaks down the February Chicago mayoral race and subsequent runoff.
March 6, 2019 – from Northwestern Now
New research, tracking collaboration's evolutionary past with implications for political and economic behaviors today, from affiliate Mary McGrath & Yale's Alan Gerber.
February 26, 2019 – from New Books Network
Listen to the co-authors discuss the policies the super-rich believe vs. want based on their published findings.
February 19, 2019 – from WTTW Chicago Tonight
Watch the panel discuss the collapse of the INF Treaty and the future of U.S.-Russian relations.
February 15, 2019 – from Chicago Democracy Project
'A View of the Money Behind Chicago’s Mayoral Election.'
February 6, 2019 – from USA Today
"An upper-South state that was still holding on very much to the old Jim Crow politics," Alvin Tillery, Jr. discusses race and politics in Virginia.
February 5, 2019 – from WAMU 88.5
Listen to President Obama's chief speechwriter and visiting lecturer Cody Keenan's assessment on the American University Radio podcast.
February 4, 2019 – from Lawfare
“The shock announcement may have not only undermined America’s Kurdish partners in Syria, but also done long-term damage to Department of Defense’s favored approachfor intervention in the Middle East: By, With, Through.”
January 31, 2019 – from Nature Climate Change
Despite a scientific consensus, citizens are divided when it comes to climate change — often along political lines. Back to top