Anatol Lieven / November 11, 2020
The new President does not have the power nor the inclination to deliver a fundamental reset
Ngaire Woods / November 6, 2020
Some American problems are more fundamental than the identity of the commander-in-chief
As the counts began to look dicey for the President, he reacted like he was always going to. But the election confirmed that his rage and defiance are shared across great swathes of American society
Peter Kellner / November 4, 2020
The result is still unknown but we can already discern important truths about polling, policy and political strategy
The president hopes Americans focus on his economic record but it is nothing to celebrate
The mainstream media believes Latino voters are a monolith. But they're wrong
Laurence H Tribe and Mark Tribe / September 9, 2020
We still have hope for the future of the great American experiment
Trump's brain: would this righteously conservative attorney general sabotage the election to win his boss a second term?
Sam Tanenhaus / July 17, 2020
The playboy president brought a clever and cultured conservative lawyer into his tent. Is William Barr now ready to bend any rule to help Trump keep the White House?
How Donald Trump has upended American democracy—and how to fix it
Joe Biden hopes to defeat Trump through old-fashioned politics, and then restore some old-fashioned normality to the United States. But have the country’s furious divisions made that impossible?