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How the refugee crisis is playing out on the German stage

Emily Goodling, Stanford University Since 2015, over one million refugees have entered Germany. As a political event, the so-called refugee crisis continues to...

Trump’s vow to ‘destroy’ Johnson Amendment could wreak havoc on charitable...

Philip Hackney, Louisiana State University and Brian Mittendorf, The Ohio State University President Donald Trump recently pledged to “destroy” the Johnson Amendment, a 63-year-old...

Experts’ roundtable: The future of journalism in Trump’s America

Gerry Lanosga, Indiana University, Bloomington ; Damian Radcliffe, University of Oregon; Frank Waddell, University of Florida; Glenn Scott, Elon University, and Jennifer Glover Konfrst,...

How Trump could shock a divided nation back to life as...

Frank V. Zerunyan, University of Southern California “Partnership, not conflict,” were the words spoken by President-elect Donald Trump during his acceptance speech. That collaborative approach...

Why Trump is right, and wrong, about killing off the TPP

Elizabeth Thurbon, UNSW Australia and Linda Weiss, University of Sydney President-elect Donald Trump is right: The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a damaging deal and deserves...

A Bernie Sanders Delegate Tells a Very Different Story About the...

Sanders delegates from all over the country start sharing stories of being assaulted by both Clinton delegates as well as by the yellow vested volunteers who are actually Clinton campaign thugs with a mandate to provoke Sanders delegates so they can ultimately be removed from the arena.

2015, the year that was: politics and society

Emily Costello, The Conversation As we approach 2016, we look back at the big stories of The Conversation’s politics and society desk over the past...

Temporary ban on fishing reflects how fragile Arctic ecosystem is

Rashid Sumaila, University of British Columbia As climate change melts the ice in the Arctic, areas that had previously been closed in the Arctic...

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Why we should still be reading Democracy in America

John Keane, University of Sydney Editor’s note: On the occasion of Independence Day, we felt it appropriate to reprint, from our Australian edition, the remarks...