Erik Voeten

Erik Voeten is Peter F. Krogh Professor in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He studies international law and institutions. He is the author of  numerous articles and Ideology and International Institutions (Princeton University Press, 2021).

What polls can and cannot tell us about the 2024 elections 🎧

John Sides and Michael Tesler talk about what to expect leading up to the Nov. 5 vote.

How a shift to the right in June elections may stifle EU climate ambitions 🎧

A conversation with Simon Hix about the causes and consequences of the expected sharp right turn in the upcoming European Parliament elections

What Europe can do to reverse democratic backsliding 🎧

A conversation with Dan Kelemen about the successes and failures of stopping democratic decline in Hungary and the rest of Europe.

What can be done about the unfolding sovereign debt crisis? 🎧

An expert on the politics of sovereign debt, Layna Mosley, takes a closer look at the current global debt crisis – check out our latest podcast episode.

COP28: An expert explains the latest climate developments 🎧

In this podcast episode, Joanna Lewis explains fossil fuel phase-outs, climate cooperation, and more.

What didn’t happen in the world in 2023 🎧

Good Authority editors discuss what could have but didn't happen in world politics in 2023.

What it will take to end the Israel-Hamas war 🎧

An expert on civil war weighs in.

What’s behind the surprising far right win in the Netherlands

Wilders’ reliance on floating voters will shape his coalition and governing prospects.

Anti-establishment centrists may well win the Dutch elections

Parties that defy conventional labels are shaking up Dutch politics. Are they unicorns – or a model for other countries?

Is there a green policy backlash?

Leaders in Germany and the U.K. think so.