Fox News coverage is a double-edged sword in a Democratic primary.
Protests across China reveal the depth of anger and frustration over strict government lockdown policies
When people see the virus as a national threat, they expect strict government policies to remain in place
Collaboration helped forge more effective government responses, our research found
For decades, the court deferred to the government’s judgment. Now it’s heading back to the Lochner era.
Protesters aren’t benefiting from Kazakhstan’s oil economy.
Policy support for financial well-being can remedy women’s inequality in politics
A fragmented parliament diminishes the prime minister’s chances of forming a government
On social media and in other communications, they’ve been speaking out since the former president began calling covid-19 “the China virus.”
How citizens view taxation could be critical to government responses to emergencies such as the coronavirus
Faith in electoral accountability has declined in the past decade
But they fear punishment if they speak up against it
Job creation is citizens’ top priority — and they’re willing to pay for it.
Report shows how disinformation in 2020 has become even more complex
They end up trusting parties on the evidence.
The economic crisis is pushing megacities’ dominant groups to be less tolerant and more resentful of outsiders.
Even conservatives responded to the phrase by more often criticizing the president
A recent survey offers public health insights from Nigeria, Uganda and Kenya
Partisanship is a strong drug, but it’s not as strong as the instinct to survive
Diversifying beyond oil can help authoritarian regimes stay in power
The African Union helped spearhead a coordinated response to the pandemic.
Here’s the evidence.
Excluding foreign researchers and students hurts U.S. innovation — and coronavirus collaboration
Inmates are lined up during a security operation at the
More people will need help — but wealthier nations may have less to give
For years, these locally elected officials have been leading rebellions against government authority.
Short-term measures are unlikely to bring back the extraordinary number of jobs lost.
The right messengers matter
But is it possible to quarantine conflict?
And fake coronavirus news is no exception.
A medical supply crunch amid the covid-19 crisis.
Private sector solutions don’t always fit public sector problems
Governors and other officials are declaring abortions to be ‘nonessential’ medical procedures
There are dissenters, but some citizens feel secure because of the government’s covid-19 measures.
We’re about to see what happens to the E.U. when a core member has untreated double pneumonia
Trump is still promoting the wall and border closings – which he’s now saying will stop the virus.
Here’s what our research finds
The problem isn’t just partisanship; it’s the anti-intellectualism in American life.
Yes, modern armies rely on equipment and training — and a healthy fighting force.
Communication lags may prove costly.
That includes Xi Jinping’s visit to Wuhan. So is the media blitz working?
There’s an argument embedded in every map. Here’s what you need to know.
Here are four new insights into what went wrong
Voters are very influenced by what happens in an election year
What happens in Wuhan doesn’t stay in Wuhan