Only a few years after the Arab Spring failed to convert Middle Eastern dictatorships into democracies (with the exception of Tunisia), many scholars and analysts stopped talking about it entirely, as if to pretend these events never took place. Harvard law professor and constitutional scholar Noah Feldman set out to change that with his latest […]
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Today in Russia: COVID-19 new cases reach near-record; Kyrgyzstan election and protests; “The Kremlin takes on a Resurrected Navalny”; Russia faces imminent surge in bankruptcies; The “unequal triangle” between Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan – a look at the numbers
Kurt Andersen discusses Trump’s hospitalization, his new book, and why America needs to prepare to change in order to survive.
Robert Amsterdam, the founder of Amsterdam & Partners LLP and the international lawyer advising opposition leader Tundu Lissu, has released a new white paper today documenting evidence of acts of unlawful intimidation and persecution of his client and his party by the CCM Government of President John Magufuli which have attacked the foundational rights and […]
Like no other president before him, Donald Trump and his inner circle have sought to monetize the White House – but has it been a good business? Dan Alexander, a journalist at Forbes and the author of the new book, “White House Inc.: How Donald Trump Turned the Presidency Into a Business,” joins the podcast […]