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The system the United States uses to elect its most powerful public official has for decades not only received little public support, but been widely criticized. Alex Keyssar outlines three primary reasons why it's still around.
The Chinese Communist Party is profoundly influential both inside and outside China's borders. But few know of its early history, and until recently, the most prominent narrative of its origins came from the Party itself. But the recent release of two collections of documents reveals a more nuanced story than the official narrative.
An analytical toolkit from one of the world's leading scholars of international relations on how the American public can effectively assess the morality of presidential foreign policy decisions - past, present, and future.