Features

Saving NATO

It’s a shocking thing to say, but the President of the United States is the biggest threat to NATO in the world. We must show how wrong he is.

By Daniel B. Shapiro

Democratic Capitalism's Future

Until the late 1970s, a rough balance of power existed between democracy and capitalism. Can today’s capitalists be more like yesterday’s?

By Didi Kuo

Let's Think About Court-Packing

Yes, it’s a dangerous tactic. But so is permitting a reality in which Republicans win rigged elections and the Supreme Court winks.

By Ian Millhiser

Progressive Labor Standards

Dangerously high levels of market concentration demand a regulatory regime that holds large employers to higher standards.

By Nick Hanauer

Countering Nationalist Oligarchy

The real threat to liberal democracy isn’t authoritarianism—it’s nationalist oligarchy. Here’s how American foreign policy should change.

By Ganesh Sitaraman