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The Biden Agenda – FP
News and analysis about the administration’s policies—and the people putting them into practice.

What Happens When White People Become a Minority in America? – FP, 22.03.22
Other majority-minority societies offer positive examples—and cautionary tales. By Justin Gest, an associate professor at George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government

Cetăţenii albi au ajuns să reprezinte sub 60% din populaţia SUA, pentru prima oară în istorie – 13.08.21

How the Biden Administration Lost Its Way – Time, 20.01.22

Biden’s first year: A tale of 2 presidencies – Politico, 19.01.22
Inside the White House, there is still optimism: “President Biden was elected to a four-year term, not a one-year term.”

US democracy one year after the Capitol riot – CH, 21.01.22

A Year On, Pentagon Struggles to Weed Out Extremists – FP, 7.01.22
Identifying white nationalists and others remains a challenge. By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter

The Jan. 6 Insurrectionists Aren’t Who You Think They Are – FP, 6.01.22
The people who stormed the U.S. Capitol weren’t poor, unemployed red-staters. Many were middle-class professionals motivated by the “great replacement” conspiracy theory. By Robert A. Pape

Machiavelli’s Lessons for America’s Jan. 6 Tumult – FP, 8.01.22
Political chaos can spur failing republics, not just destroy them. By David Polansky, a political theorist who writes on geopolitics and the history of political thought, currently a research fellow with the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy

Why the U.S. Military Isn’t Ready for Civil War – FP, 4.01.22
A significant portion of Americans seek the destruction of political authority. What if they succeed? By Stephen Marche

Defense Contractors Quietly Restart Campaign Donations to Election Deniers – FP, 6.01.22
They put a pause on campaign donations after last year’s deadly Jan. 6 riots. It didn’t last long. By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy, and Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter

‘This Is Not a Washington Tempest in a Teapot’ – FP, 3.01.22
How the world looked on in horror during the Capitol insurrection. By Amy Mackinnon, a national security and intelligence reporter at Foreign Policy, and Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy


Breaking Up Is Bad for the United States – FP, 18.11
Talk of secession is on the rise among Americans—and already weakening the country. By Stephen M. Walt, a columnist at Foreign Policy and the Robert and Renée Belfer professor of international relations at Harvard University

Fiona Hill: U.S. Is ‘Canary in the Coal Mine’ of Democratic Decline – FP, 9.11
Trump’s former top Russia official talks to Foreign Policy about the former president, the economic dislocation fueling his brand of populism, and why America needs to get its act together. By Elise Labott, a columnist at Foreign Policy and an adjunct professor at American University’s School of International Service

To Save Democracy, America Needs a Mandatory Public Service Program – FP, 31.10
An ambitious program for young Americans could help heal the country’s divides. By David L. Carden, the first resident U.S. ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations

Administraţia Biden a dat în judecată statul Texas, în încercarea de a bloca interzicerea avorturilor – 10.09

De ce menținerea ordinii globale occidentale pretinde un armistițiu în războiul cultural din SUA – Teodor Baconschi, Libertatea, 23.08

America Doesn’t Need Heroes – FP, 20.06
Why Germany’s concept of Zivilcourage is one for the Biden era. By Ian Beacock, a journalist and strategist living in Vancouver, Canada

America Is Becoming a Social Democracy – FP, 6.05
The Biden administration is accomplishing what was once thought historically impossible. By James Traub

Can Biden Sell His Domestic Agenda as a Win Against China? – FP, 30.04
From climate change policy to COVID-19 relief, Biden’s domestic and foreign-policy goals are coming under fire. By Emma Ashford and Matthew Kroenig

Does America Need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission? – FP, 30.04
Transitional justice has worked for dozens of countries with a legacy of systemic abuses. By Christina Lu

Those Who Don’t Investigate the Past Are Doomed to Repeat It – FP, 7.06
The U.S. government has rejected the chance to study this year’s insurrection. They’ll soon regret the decision. By Stephen M. Walt, the Robert and Renée Belfer professor of international relations at Harvard University and a columnist for Foreign Policy

The Military Revolt Against Joe Biden – FP, 12.05
An open letter by former officers calling the president a “Marxist” dictator is a greater threat to U.S. democracy than the ouster of Liz Cheney. By Peter Feaver

9/11 Was a Wake-Up Call. America Is Still Snoozing After the Capitol Assault – FP, 22.03
Domestic extremism is the greatest threat to the homeland—yet it’s not getting nearly enough public attention. By Elise Labott

Biden Jump-Starts Fight Against Kleptocracy – FP, 3.06
New memorandum puts anti-corruption efforts at the heart of national security strategy. By Amy Mackinnon

The U.S. Midwest Is Foreign Oligarchs’ New Playground – FP, 3.06
Forget Manhattan or Monaco; it’s cities like Cleveland that are now attracting ill-gotten money from abroad. By Casey Michel, an investigative reporter based in New York, and Paul Massaro, the policy advisor for counter-kleptocracy at the Helsinki Commission

Congress Can Do Better to Fight Weaponized Corruption – FP, 31.03
An understaffed agency vital to U.S. security desperately needs a bigger budget. By Gary Kalman, Josh Rudolph

We Don’t Have the Words to Fight Anti-Asian Racism – FP, 7.04
Tangled questions of Asian identity need answers that aren’t defined by U.S. terminology alone. By Emily Couch

Anti-Asian Attacks Are Blighting the United States – FP, 12.03
Policymakers and analysts have a duty to speak out for a vulnerable community. By Caroline Chang, Anka Lee, Johna Ohtagaki

America’s Conspiratorial Delusions Weren’t Born Under Trump – FP, 26.02
False realities have been part of the U.S. political scene for decades. By Emily Brumfield-Hessen

How Presumptive Patriotism Defines U.S. Politics – FP, 23.02
The assumption that some groups are more patriotic than others leads to dangerous security blind spots. By Docktrel Cromartie

The 1776 Project Is a Desperate Search for the Right Enemies – FP, 20.02
Identity politics is painted as un-American—but historical patriots thought otherwise.

Washington Is Under Siege. American Democracy Isn’t – FP, 19.02
The enhanced security measures in the U.S. capital have triggered a debate over openness, security, and democracy. But the country’s democracy isn’t dead yet. By Kelly Kimball, Katie Livingstone

America Is Learning to Reject Socialism, but Love the Welfare State – FP, 17.02
Some Republicans are taking steps toward Europe’s model of religiously inspired social assistance. By Steven Klein

Lessons From Nigeria for Peace Building in the United States – FP, 17.02
No divides are unbridgeable—but you have to know where to start. By Jacob Choji Pwakim

Why Partisan Hostility Won’t End With Trump – FP, 8.02
The U.S. political system is designed for demonization and gridlock. Countries with proportional representation and parliamentary systems promote coalitions and cooperation among rivals. By Noam Gidron, James Adams, Will Horne

Weimar’s Lessons for Biden’s America – FP, 6.02
Hitler’s first coup attempt failed—but German democracy broke down anyway. Here’s how the United States can avoid the same fate.

The United States’ Demographic Revolution Doesn’t Need to Be Destabilizing – FP, 3.02
But to avoid collapse like the Soviet Union, inclusivity must begin now. By Monica Duffy Toft

Joe Biden’s top 7 domestic priorities – The Economist, 29.01

  • Our experts answer your questions on how Mr Biden can achieve his domestic priorities : America’s multiple crises ; The covid-19 crisis ; Climate change ; Immigration ; Race relations ; Income inequality ; Fake news ; A divided America

And Now for the Hard Part – FP, 22.01
This was a great week for America. But the country’s system is broken in ways even Biden is unlikely to fix. By Jonathan Tepperman

After Trump’s wrecking ball: Can Joe Biden fix America? – DW, 21.01

  • Joe Biden stands for a huge reset in American politics. But can he step out of Donald Trump’s dark shadow? Our guests: Sudha David-Wilp (German Marshall Fund), Matthew Karnitschnig (Politico), Malte Lehming (Tagesspiegel)

Can Joe Biden Heal America? – IntelligengeSquared, 21.01

  • Is the 78-year-old Biden up to the job? Can he make Trump’s furious and alienated supporters feel that he is their president too? Can he match Trump’s success in boosting the economy at the same time as reversing Trump’s deregulation? Can he help end racial injustice? And while he faces all of these challenges, how will he cope with the threat of a Trump re-election bid in 2024?

Democrats take control of U.S. Senate – 21.01

  • Democrats took control of the U.S. Senate when Vice President Kamala Harris swore in three new members to give the party a narrow grip on both houses of Congress as well as the White House for the first time in a decade.

The 1776 Project Is a Desperate Search for the Right Enemies – FP, 21.01
Identity politics is painted as un-American—but historical patriots thought otherwise. By Konstantin McKenna

Biden’s Bold Gamble on Immigration Is About America’s Future – FP, 21.01
Failed immigration reform gave rise to Trumpism. Success could finally cool the debate. By Edward Alden

Biden to Tap Seasoned Former Diplomat to Oversee Southern Border Policy – FP, 18.01
Roberta Jacobson, a former U.S. ambassador to Mexico, will join the NSC and help oversee an anticipated U-turn in U.S. policy on migration and asylum.

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Biden wastes no time getting to work on his legislative agenda, but there’s a lot of work to be done – 20.01

  • President Biden wasted no time getting to work after taking the oath of office. He signed several executive actions and prepared legislation to be sent to Congress. CBS News political contributor and Democratic strategist Lynda Tran, and CBS News political analyst and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez joins CBSN’s Lana Zak to discuss what is on the Biden administration’s legislative agenda and how easy it will be to get it through Congress.

Biden signs first executive actions as president – The Hill, 20.01

Biden Administration Holds First White House Press Briefing – 20.01

  • Jen Psaki, the Biden administration’s press secretary holds the first White House press briefing.

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