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The Cost of Disowning Jimmy Carter

What Democrats lose when they run from his foreign policy legacy.

Rising Up in the Mideast

Voices of the Arab Spring by Asaad al-Saleh Columbia University Press, 2015

The Emerging Republican Advantage

The idea of an enduring Democratic majority was a mirage. How the GOP gained an edge in American politics—and why it's likely to last.

Let States Go Bankrupt

Bankruptcy has long been a crucial option for struggling cities, and federal law should allow the same for states.

The Case for Mitt

How he could win. (In theory.)

Close Quarters

Washington's a small town. Rosslyn's even smaller.

Lamar Alexander’s Education Expert

"My job is to make sure that Lamar gets all the information that he needs to make decisions—that he's got good options in front of him."

When Trends Collide

Which political pattern will prevail in the 2016 presidential race?

America’s Meddling Ally

By injecting himself so directly into U.S. politics, Netanyahu is departing from historic norms.

The Ryanization of Rubio

A thin legislative record won't stop Marco Rubio from casting himself as the "ideas candidate" of 2016.

Obama Urges Democrats to 'Stand Up Straight,' Mocks GOP

In Philadelphia, the president sought to energize what has been a weakened and divided party.

Democrats Facing 2016 Debate Dilemma

The party is starting discussions about 2016 primary debates, but it's challenging to do without knowing what Hillary Clinton's opposition will look like.

Yes, President Obama's Budget Is a Big Deal

Even before he submits his budget, President Obama is hearing loud and clear from Republicans that it is already "dead on arrival." It is the same cry presidents hear every yea...

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