Why is public policy sometimes inconsistent with what the public wants? Matthew Baum explores this question through the lens of abortion rights in the United States.
Conventional wisdom holds that high inflation in the US will have a negative impact on the rest of the world, but Gautam Nair and Federico Sturzenegger argue this view ignores an important factor.
Archon Fung assesses how community-informed approaches to public policy can improve equity and racial justice.
Why have some nonviolent revolutions succeeded even with modest participation numbers, while others have failed despite massive mobilization? Erica Chenoweth and Zoe Marks develop a quantitative model.