One America, Two Nations
The election demonstrated that the U.S. remains a robust democracy. However, Americans increasingly dwell in separate worlds, making finding consensus difficult.
Military Force in U.S. Elections
The prospect of a contested election has spurred concerns about militias. State and federal laws have strict guidelines for any deployment of forces at polls.
President-Elect Biden on Foreign Policy
Over his long career, Biden has been at the center of foreign policy debates, from Iraq to trade.
Observing U.S. Elections
The 2020 vote will feature international election monitors. How will they judge the process?
- Defending the 2020 Election: It’s Not Time to Celebrate (Yet)Although the election appears to have gone smoothly from a cybersecurity standpoint, there is still time for adversaries to undermine the peaceful transition of power.
- Cyber Week in Review: November 6, 2020"Just another Tuesday on the internet;" Social media platforms flag numerous posts from President Trump; U.S. Cyber Command reveals global threat hunting operation before election; TikTok wins legal victory, but U.S. Department of Commerce promises to “vigorously defend” ban; and U.S. Air Force Purchases Chinese Drones.
- Inevitable African Schadenfreude About U.S. ElectionsSchadenfreude, a word from German, refers to the pleasure someone derives from the misfortune of another. The word is apt to many Africans looking at the 2020 U.S. elections, ranging from the preside…