The Atlantic‘s senior editor offers his thoughts on this year’s midterm elections and what it will take for the Republicans to gain control of both houses of Congress.
Chief security strategist under President Clinton and current chair of the Albright Stonebridge Group weighs in on Syria and Iraq.
Kennedy explains how her family’s connection to Vietnam informed her passion for her latest documentary, Last Days in Vietnam.
The author of Foreign Policy Begins at Home weighs in on U.S. options for the escalating crises in Syria, Ukraine, Libya and other powder kegs.
Sunkara discusses how his magazine, Jacobin—dedicated to shaking up the status quo—has caught the attention of thought-leaders across the media landscape.
The former lobbyist and author of Capitol Punishment weighs in on money in politics and this year’s U.S. Supreme Court campaign finance decisions.
An authority on the new veteran community, Rieckhoff weighs in on the breakdown in services at U.S. VA hospitals.
Co-chair of AEI’s American Internationalism Project, the former VP candidate assesses the role the U.S. might play in resolving the escalating conflict in Iraq.
The California congressman—co-sponsor of the bill known as H.R. 15—and the pint-sized activist weigh in on U.S. immigration policy and the impact on families.
The writer and Wall Street veteran examines the genealogy of American power, about which she writes in her latest text, All the Presidents’ Bankers.