He’s unpopular, scandalous, and a bigot, and we may be sliding into a recession. But that might not matter.
Voters are more open to progressive economic policy now than in the recent past. But they are not opposed to capitalism.
Panel discussions can be very boring, but they don’t have to be if you follow these six rules.
Sunday’s elections in Greece provide the strongest indication to date that the left is now in deep crisis.
A new study ties consumption of entertainment television in Italy to support for Silvio Berlusconi.
A new study shows Americans have little understanding of their political adversaries—and education doesn’t help.
In the senator’s view, the threat of autocracy comes exclusively from the right.
Right-wing populism is still growing—and has already established itself as a fixture on the political stage.
In a sting video, the head of Austria’s far-right Freedom Party is seen soliciting illegal donations from a Russian billionaire.
From Russia to Venezuela, the strongmen who have destroyed democratic institutions won high office at the ballot box.
The center-left won the election, but the far right received a significant share of the vote.
Political leaders believe that the views they encounter online are representative of the “general public.” They’re not.
We disagree on just about everything, but we all seem to believe that there are some things money shouldn’t buy.
According to our research, populist governments have deepened corruption, eroded individual rights, and inflicted serious damage on democratic institutions.
Youth isn’t a good proxy for support of political correctness, and race isn’t either.
Three scholars wrote 20 fake papers using fashionable jargon to argue for ridiculous conclusions.
How the United States lost the faith of its citizens—and what it can do to win them back