It will take a lot of strategic ingenuity to fight the rise of populism. And it will get harder to do so as politicians rig the game with rules designed to reduce voting.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order in 2022 tightening the rules for foreign investment in the US.
Brinkmanship means coming to the edge of potential default on the US debt ceiling. Are lawmakers negotiating the debt limit representing the wishes and interests of their voters?
While derision and mockery permeate airwaves and social media feeds, satire holds the key to creating a more informed, engaged electorate.
Nine years on from the Indian prime minister’s first visit to Australia, much has changed in the Indo-Pacific and in the bilateral relationship.
The Treasury has been taking extraordinary measures to delay a default, but these measures could fail as early as June 1.
A psychologist looks at if there is anything Donald Trump could do that might stop his supporters in their tracks.
The Republican and Democratic parties are increasingly coming to embrace distinctive and mutually exclusive visions with no possibility for common ground. What does that mean for Joe Biden in 2024?
The Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Congress means Trump’s European allies need to carefully gauge their support for him.
Title 42 has triggered criticisms from immigration advocates and public health experts. But the end of the controversial policy may mean fewer asylum seekers crossing the US border.
As always with Trump, there is much more at stake than his individual political fate.
Trump’s lawyers questioned E. Jean Carroll, a magazine columnist, about why she did not scream or call the police after, she alleged, Trump sexually assaulted her in the 1990s.
It doesn’t make for inspiring politics, but political scientists have determined that for candidates, it’s more valuable to have an unpopular opponent than to be personally popular yourself.
If elected, Biden would be the oldest person to occupy the White House. But he’s by far the most popular candidate the Democrats have.
Only three presidents in the last 50 years have announced their re-election campaigns with similarly low approval ratings. But Biden could face an even more unpopular opponent in 2024.
The news channel broadcast many lies about the 2020 US presidential election – and it has a swathe of other legal action waiting for it.
A reputation is worth safeguarding but not at all costs.
Democrats may have pushed Iowa out of the early-state presidential nominating lineup, but Republicans are sticking with Iowa first.
Despite Fox News’ questionable ethics, its last-minute settlement with Dominion Voting Systems was a win for all media.
Whereas ‘the camera sees everything, but captures nothing,’ courtroom artists can channel the emotional highs and lows of a trial through a single image.