Law & Politics

Assessing the State of Security at the US-Mexico Border

A working paper evaluates the state of security at the US-Mexico Border and outlines a potential way forward.

The Pursuit of Efficiency: An Interview with Dan Tangherlini

The Acting Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration discusses agency reform

Cell Mates: Mobile Phones and Digital Access in China

Have mobile phones been effective in narrowing China's digital divide?

Equal Punishment for All?

For some juveniles conviction in an adult court is not the only enhanced punishment they face

Legitimized Repression

Community organizer Italia Méndez reflects on sexual violence and political repression in Mexico.

Policy Radio | Geoffrey Garin Talks Polling, Strategy, and the 2012 Presidential Election

On this week’s episode of Chicago Policy Radio, Claire O’Hanlon sits down with Geoff Garin to talk about the results of the 2012 presidential election, the changing demography of the electorate, third parties, and how polling has changed over the course of Mr. Garin’s career.

Failing Civil-Military Relations: An Inside Job?

Both internal and external factors play a role in civilian-military dissonance. New research explore three hypotheses to explain the schism

There Are Always Allies

An international human rights advocate discusses opportunities and obstacles in the fight for LGBT rights.

The Politics of Internet Access and Expression in Cuba

Who has Internet access in Cuba? How is this access controlled?

The Regulators

How should policymakers approach regulation in settings with weak institutions

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