As Washington, DC gears up for an era of “Great Power Competition” with China, academics and policymakers should ask whether the underlying assumption that these two states are destined for conflict is true.
A government’s most important task is to secure the rights and liberties of its citizens—in part, by providing for the common defense. For this reason, the United States should maintain a strong military to keep America safe, prosperous, and free.
The criminal justice system affects everything from individual opportunity and family cohesion to public safety and community life. A better understanding of the criminal justice system and its effects on society will help identify opportunities to create better long-term outcomes for all involved.
A new research project aims to tally the bill of American military intervention and spotlight the need for a return to diplomacy and statesmanship.
Duke University law professor Brandon Garrett says there’s an “innocence revolution” occurring. Here’s how better use of forensic evidence can help.
Barry Friedman, director of NYU’s policing project, discusses how democratic policing can build trust between communities and their police officers.