Issue includes “What Have We Learned, and Not Learned, from a Quarter-Century of Transition” by Harley Balzer, Georgetown University; “The Kremlin Blamed Our Work When It Declared Russia’s Levada Center a ‘Foreign Agent’” by Theodore Gerber, University of Wisconsin-Madison...
Josh Tucker (NYU) discusses a new trend in academia of sharing academic work with wider audiences. He offers advice on how to share one's research more widely and why it is beneficial to do so.
David Ost describes the rise of the new right-wing parties in power in Hungary and Poland. The nationalistic parties defy political correctness and "liberal" democracy and actively attack the institutions that protect the pluralism of democracy.
US learned societies express deep concern about the Campus Carry law.