In what seems to be an emerging norm for the executive branch, US President Joe Biden has wasted no time in dismantling key planks of his predecessor’s agenda.
The Biden administration has proposed a bold – and expensive – stimulus package to reinvigorate the US economy, and its legislative path will say a lot about how US politics will operate over the next two years.
How big of a problem is US student debt, and what can we expect the Biden administration to do about it?
The framers of US cyber policy can learn a lot from President Eisenhower’s prescient farewell address.
Regardless of who emerges the winner, the most immediate consequences of the election will manifest in tax, trade, and partisanship.
Trump Doctrine is a foreign policy based not on any vision of the United States' role in the world, but rather on the commander-in-chief's vision of various world leaders.
Here’s hoping that Joe Biden’s “return to normalcy” won’t drag US foreign policy back into antiquated strategic thinking that desperately needs an overhaul.
By providing a handy loophole for ignoring constitutional protections, the legal concept of qualified immunity does far more harm than good.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given us a first glimpse of universal basic income (UBI) in action. It won’t be the last time.
What would the first term of a Sanders presidency look like?