Back in 2016, before the presidential election, political science professor Kathy Cramer published a new book, The Politics of Resentment. It chronicled her findings after traveling around rural Wisconsin and […]
Last week, a video making spurious claims about COVID-19 went viral on the internet despite being repeatedly removed from social media platforms for violating community standards. Why did so many […]
On Sunday, December 8th, as many as 800,000 protestors organized by the Civil Human Rights Front flooded the streets of Hong Kong, marking the 8th month of pro-democracy civil disobedience. […]
Politics are more polarized than ever—or at least that’s how it feels to many Americans. Research from Pew indicates that Americans are more likely to say it is “stressful and […]
How democratic are our elections really? Today Carousel talks with UW Professor David Cannon to discuss it all – primaries,caucuses; delegates and superdelegates; winner take all, brokered conventions, and so […]
Hassan Hassan, a Syrian journalist and co-author of ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror, had an in-depth conversation with Brian Standing about the group, its goals, and where things stand today.