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How will trade affect voting in the 2018 midterm elections?
How will trade affect voting in the 2018 midterm elections? (10/10/2018)


Will immigration policy be a deciding factor in the midterm elections?
Will immigration policy be a deciding factor in the midterm elections? (10/04/2018)


The Rise of the Middle Class Safety Net
The Rise of the Middle Class Safety Net (09/04/2018)


Unpacked: The U.S.-China Trade War
Unpacked: The U.S.-China Trade War (07/12/2018)






Unpacked: Homeland security memos on immigration enforcement
Unpacked: Homeland security memos on immigration enforcement (02/23/2017)


Elections 101: How Does the Presidential Election Affect Congressional Races?
Elections 101: How Does the Presidential Election Affect Congressional Races? (09/28/2016)


What’s at stake in the war on marijuana?
What’s at stake in the war on marijuana? (10/29/2015)


Welcome to the Brookings Creative Lab!
Welcome to the Brookings Creative Lab! (07/20/2015)


External Article
Azubuike Ishiekwene: In Africa, Obama’s Tasks Are Huge
Article discussing Authors views on the reasons behind terrorist activities in Africa. By Azubuike Ishiekwene (The world policy blog, 01/20/2009) Read More...




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