In September of 2020, The Atlantic published a story by Barton Gellman which discussed how the GOP would attempt to subvert a Biden. Among other things, Gellman wrote that: According to sources in the
Scott’s already noted that J.D. Vance is likely to be the next Senator from Ohio. So it would be a dereliction of duty if LGM failed to repeatedly remind everyone that, when it comes to terrible
Foreign Affairs ran an “expert poll” on the question of whether “NATO enlargement was a mistake.” Someone decided, for reasons that I expect will remain opaque,
I know that there’s nothing particularly new about regimes using state power to reward supportive oligarchs and corporations while destroying opponents. But the current “global patrimonial
Apparently, it’s even worse than Paul suggests. This week, Congress nixed $15 billion in coronavirus funding from a $1.5 trillion spending bill, which President Joe Biden then signed on Tuesday.
I interviewed Dr. Samuel Ramani about how the 2022 invasion of Ukraine fits into the broader picture of Russian politics and Russian interventions. Rahami recently finished his dissertation on the pol
I recently released a “special” episode of Whiskey and IR Theory. Patrick Thaddeus Jackson and I reflect on the curious case of John Mearsheimer and the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
This is a guest post by friend of the blog and occasional contributor Jamie Mayerfeld. Jamie is Professor of Political Science and Adjunct Professor in Law, Societies, and Justice at the University of