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    Why do Tunisians keep protesting?
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    Why do Tunisians keep protesting?
    Another January brought another wave of protest in Tunisia. Responding to the government’s announcement of new austerity policies in the 2018 budget, protesters last week took to the streets in acts ranging from peaceful sit-ins to attacks on government buildings. The government responded by swiftly arresting hundreds of protesters, and palliative measures followed. Over the […]

    Natural Child, ‘Laid, Paid, & Strange’: The Week In One Song
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    Natural Child, ‘Laid, Paid, & Strange’: The Week In One Song
    News breaks that an attorney for President Trump arranged in 2016 for adult film star Stormy Daniels to be paid $130,000 to stay quiet about an alleged 2006 sexual encounter.  

    How years of increasing labor unrest signaled Iran’s latest protest wave
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    How years of increasing labor unrest signaled Iran’s latest protest wave
    Beginning on Dec. 28, a wave of protests surged across Iran, with at least 75 cities reportedly experiencing one or more demonstrations in the first week. Soon after they began, commentators rushed to attribute the protests to various grievances, from Ponzi-like banking scheme collapses and budget corruption allegations to soaring prices of eggs and gasoline. […]

    We asked experts to grade Trump’s first year as a president. Here’s what they said.
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    We asked experts to grade Trump’s first year as a president. Here’s what they said.
    Just one year in, President Trump already has had a remarkable effect on the presidency — on the U.S. government’s tone and policies. So what would experts put on his report card? We’ve surveyed presidential experts in the past. Here’s what they said for year one of the Trump presidency. How we did the research […]

    A year after the Women’s March, a record number of women are running for office. Will they win?
    Posted on Friday January 19, 2018

    A year after the Women’s March, a record number of women are running for office. Will they win?
    Paradoxically, Donald Trump’s inauguration appeared to launch 2017 as a year of the woman. The year started with the Women’s March, which brought out millions of people, many in pink hats that signaled outrage about Trump’s comments about feeling free to grab women. It ended with the ouster, resignation and electoral defeat of prominent men implicated in sexual harassment and assault […]

    Trump is setting records in how few people he has appointed — and how long they take to confirm
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Trump is setting records in how few people he has appointed — and how long they take to confirm
    In November, President Trump declared that he didn’t need to fill empty government positions. “I am the only one that matters,” he said. “When it comes to it, [my position is] what the policy will be.” Trump has filled the smallest percentage of top leadership positions compared with the previous five administrations. Around half of […]

    What the ‘s—hole’ debate gets wrong about Africa
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    What the ‘s—hole’ debate gets wrong about Africa
    Americans from across the political spectrum were quick to respond to President Trump’s alleged reference last week to Haiti and nations in Africa as “shithole countries.” Democrats called it a new low, even after the president’s long history of bigoted statements. A few Republicans criticized the president for violating American ideals, but most avoided comment […]

    Yes, Congress could shut the government down tomorrow. It probably won’t.
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Yes, Congress could shut the government down tomorrow. It probably won’t.
    Back in December, Sarah Binder, John Sides and I chatted here at TMC about how Congress had flirted with a government shutdown but ultimately avoided it. Fast-forward six weeks, and here we are again. The stopgap funding bill Congress and President Trump adopted last month runs out Friday. Will Congress reach a deal to keep […]

    Trump makes fewer public trips than recent presidents. Will that hurt the Republicans in November?
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Trump makes fewer public trips than recent presidents. Will that hurt the Republicans in November?
    Unlike recent past presidents, Donald Trump is a homebody. Over the course of his first year in office, Trump traveled far less frequently in pursuit of his agenda than any president has since Ronald Reagan. When Trump does leave Washington, he is far more likely to visit Trump-friendly states in campaign-style rallies than to try […]

    Do lawmakers respond to immigrants’ requests? The answer depends on ethnicity and race.
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Do lawmakers respond to immigrants’ requests? The answer depends on ethnicity and race.
    President Trump’s campaign against immigration has made that issue central to U.S. politics — in no small part because of the country’s growing diversity. As immigrants and minorities make up a larger share of the U.S. populace, how will the Republican and Democratic parties respond? Our recent research shows that, at least when it comes […]

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