John B. Judis
A Good Idea Whose Time May Never Come
June 20, 2013
It’s time for the biannual, or is it quadrennial, push for a national program. The old Democratic Leadership Council made this a major priority in the 1990s.
The Two-State Solution is Dying
June 18, 2013
No one except, perhaps, Secretary of State John Kerry, thinks that the current Israeli government is willing to negotiate in good faith a two-state solution.
June 15, 2013
The defenders of government surveillance have used the media’s fascination with personalities to turn attention onto leaker Edward Snowden and away from what he disclosed. What Snowden’s leak should prompt is a re-examination of the National Securit
The Black Panthers Revisited
June 12, 2013
Steve Wasserman, who was once editor of New Republic Books, has written a devastating review in The Nation of a new history of Oakland’s Black Panther Party, Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party, by Joshua Bloom a
Abenomics is the answer
June 12, 2013
When Japan’s new prime minister Shinzo Abe unveiled his economic program last December, it was greeted with skepticism.
The Constitutional Amnesia of the NSA Snooping Scandal
June 10, 2013
I've seen this all before—and have an FBI file to show for it.
The Unmagnificent Seven
June 06, 2013
Raúl Labrador has quit the House Gang of Eight. That doesn't bode well for immigration reform.
May 30, 2013
The immigration bill's disturbing fine print.
Terrorists or Misfits? The Tsarnaevs Were Both
May 08, 2013
Both explanations for the brothers' alleged actions are correct.
The Next Elizabeth Warren
April 30, 2013
In fighting lousy, overpriced Internet providers, Susan Crawford has found a populist crusade for our time. What's next?