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POLITICAL REFORM
The Real Civil War in the Democratic Party

Lee Drutman wrote for The New York Times Opinion Pages about why the division in the Democratic Party isn't actually about policy.


POLITICAL REFORM
A Constitutional Crisis Is Inevitable

Yascha Mounk talks about the inevitability of a constitutional crisis on Slate's The Good Fight.


EDUCATION POLICY
Why We Don’t Know Anything About Transgender Teachers, And Why We Should

Sabia Prescott wrote for HuffPost about how a lack of inclusive data may sideline the policy priorities for transgender teachers.


EDUCATION POLICY
Mizzou’s Policy May Disadvantage Low-Income Students

Ernest Ezeugo wrote for Diverse Issues in Higher Education about a recent University of Missouri policy designed to limit student spending.


POLITICAL REFORM
Women Create Fewer Online Petitions Than Men — But They’re More Successful

Hollie Russon Gilman--along with Tiago Peixoto, Jonathan Mellon, and Fredrik M. Sjoberg--wrote about the gender gap in petitions for The Was


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Saudi Arabia Supports Kuwait's Measures Against Iran

Oubai Shahbandar was quoted in Arab News about the Saudi Arabia's support of Kuwait's measures against Iran


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Saudi Arabia and Turkey Must Maintain Strategic Partnership

Oubai Shahbandar wrote an article for Arab News about the need for Saudi Arabia and Turkey to maintain their partnerships


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
What Are China's Military Ambitions?

Robert Bateman wrote for Esquire about China's maritime expansion, including the Horn of Africa.


POLITICAL REFORM
Congressional Republicans are at the world’s worst dinner party, and still too scared to leave

Lee Drutman wrote about political cascades and why Republicans won't speak out against Trump on the Vox Polyarchy blog.


EDUCATION POLICY
To Help Low-Income Children Succeed, Focus on the Transition to Kindergarten

Aaron Loewenberg wrote for the Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity about his report, Connecting the Steps.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Is Closing Guantanamo Still Conceivable?

Joshua Geltzer wrote for the Atlantic on the feasibility of closing on GTMO, and what will happen to the remaining 41 prisoners.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
To Combat Extremism, We Need Local Partnerships

Mina Chang wrote an article for The Hill about the need for local partnerships to combat extremism