Madeline McSherry asks: Can Zuckerberg’s testimony spark much-needed tech regulation and policy? … More Don’t Blame Zuckerberg for Your Data Privacy Woes—Blame Your Legislators.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Madeline McSherry looks at 8 victories for women in foreign policy from the past year. … More 8 Wins for Women in Foreign Policy
Looking to try your hand at writing op-eds? Here are seven tips to get you published. … More 7 Tips for Writing Strong Political Op-eds
Madeline McSherry explains what Trump’s insulting comments say about Western media bias. … More The Colonial Origins of Trump’s Remarks on Africa
As the year draws to a close, our Editor-in-Chief Madeline McSherry reviews five must-read political books written by women in 2017. … More Editor’s Picks: 5 Must-Read Political Books of 2017
Though U.S. policymakers paint Iran in broad strokes, can the rest of us seek more nuanced understanding? Madeline McSherry recommends five books by Iranian women writers. … More 5 Books by Iranian Women You Should Start Reading Now
Referendums are flawed tools of modern-day democracies. But as recent events in Spain remind us, they may be a sign that representative democracy just isn’t working. … More What’s Worse Than a Referendum? Violently Stopping One.
Sanctions against North Korea may not change much, but they tell a lot. Madeline McSherry explains how the latest U.N. resolution signals a rare moment of global unity. … More Sanctions Won’t Stop North Korea’s Nuclear Program. But That’s Not the Point.
Through the use of cars and trucks as instruments of mass murder, recent terror attacks are distorting how we perceive and inhabit public spaces, writes Madeline McSherry. … More When Cars Become Weapons of Terror
On July 28, Trump sent a disturbing message to police: Immigrants are “animals” and should be treated as such. Madeline McSherry explains what this means for the administration’s policies. … More How Trump’s Speech to Police Advanced his Anti-immigrant Agenda