Newbies to politics are riding high on threats to ‘primary’ established Democrats. Here’s why that’s a fatal project for the party, and the country.
Join Global Comment’s editors with good reads for the week, including investigative journalism on neonatal morality, a deep dive on the future of marriage, and more.
Britain’s recent local elections provide insight into the possible future outcome of the general in June.
Today’s special election could be a turning point for the Democrats. Do they have what it takes to regain ground in red states?
Geert Wilders didn’t win, but did the Dutch really say no to populism?
Read along with the Global Comment editors as they explore stories about hope, a new Algerian publishing imprint, and the Haitian diaspora.
To fix American elections, we need to radically rethink the way we structure not just elections, but the government that drives them.
From the Eastern Orthodox Church to a blind Palestinian journalist, here’s what the editors of Global Comment are reading about this week.
Australian politics is thus more volatile than an AFL team’s night out drinking.