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An Anti-Immigrant Government in Slovenia? Not Yet.

"There is a significant chance of early elections. Hurricane season may be continuing, after all" Co-written with Alenka Krasovec of the University of Ljubljana and...

5 Important Questions That Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Can’t — or...

Writing for The Washington Post, Valerie Strauss summarizes the gaps in fundamental knowledge --- and/or her unwillingness to give basic answers --- of Education...

TrumpWatch, Day 484: Trump Fumes Over FBI Informant’s Contacts With 2016...

"All time biggest political scandal!" FBI Informant in Contact with 3 Trump Aides Donald Trump is fuming over revelations of an FBI informant in contact with...

TrumpWatch, Day 473: Where Did Trump Get His Cash for Property...

Who provided more than $400 million for 14 acquisitions? Trump's Access to Cash for Buying Binge A report in The Washington Post raises questions about the...

Podcast: A Stormy Week in TrumpLand — Fake Wall Pics, A...

I joined Alexis Conran and Lembit Opik on talkRADIO on Saturday for our weekly journey through the land of Donald Trump. We start with a...

TrumpWatch, Day 436: Free of Minders, Trump Strikes Out on His...

Officials talk of an "unleashed" Trump after dismissal of top advisors Developments on Day 436 of the Trump Administration: A Twitter Presidency Ruling from his Mar-a-Lago resort...

Putin Brings Back The Cold War

"Russia apparently would rather tolerate instability than Western influence. That bodes ill for future East-West relations the world over." Co-written with Tatyana Malyarenko for The...

How Trump Dismissed Russia’s Role in 2016 Election — and How...

"A situation in which the personal insecurities of the President have impaired the government’s response to a national security threat" In an article based on...

The Conservative Plan for Trump to Pack Federal Courts

"If conservatives get their way, President Trump will add twice as many lifetime members to the federal judiciary in the next 12 months (650)...

A Volatile Election In Czech Republic — Now What?

Czech Republic faces "hurricane season" with new parties using anti-establishment appeals In a year of turbulence across European politics, Dr Tim Haughton of the University...

Inside the “Adult Day Care Center” of Trump’s White House

Ashley Parker and Greg Jaffe write for The Washington Post: During the campaign, when President Trump’s advisers wanted him to stop talking about an issue...

How Advisors Are Dealing with Trump’s “Fit” Over Iran Deal

“He threw a fit. He was furious. Really furious. It’s clear he felt jammed.” As Donald Trump prepares to announce decertification of Iran's compliance with...