Truman Project Fellow Job Henning explains the ongoing crisis in Ukraine and why it matters to the United States Listen to the full segment
Truman Project Senior Fellow Michael Signer will be lecturing at University of Mary Washington on leadership in democracy. The University of Mary Washington is offering a free, public lecture titled “The Search for Statesmen: The Quest for Leadership in James Madison’s Democracy” on Monday, Feb. 3, according to a faculty newsletter. Michael Signer, lecturer at UVA’s […]
More than 150 polling centers burned last weekend during Bangladeshi elections. Refugees are pouring in to the U.N. compound in South Sudan, desperate to escape the collapse of the world’s newest country, birthed with fanfare just two years ago. Fallujah is again running with blood as the Iraqi government works to oust insurgents who resettled after Americans […]
The blog for MSNBC’s Up With Steve Kornacki previews an upcoming panel on Egypt, featuring Truman Project Fellow Rebecca Abou-Chedid. Click here to read the full post.
On October 27th, Argentina will go to the polls for midterm elections that will determine the makeup of Congress for the remainder of President Cristina Kirchner’s second term. The stakes of the contest are high. As part of her broader push for control over Argentine society, the President has been intensifying her campaign against the country’s […]