Jan-Werner Mueller, Professor of Politics at Princeton University, is a fellow at The New Institute, Hamburg and the author, most recently, of Democracy Rules (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021; Allen Lane, 2021).
Oct 19, 2021Jan-Werner Mueller
advises the media on how to avoid ushering in another Donald Trump presidency, clarifies the meaning of populism, and worries that we are underestimating authoritarian regimes.
Months of high inflation, both in the United States and globally, have fueled intense debates about both root causes and potential solutions. Here, Jason Furman of Harvard University and James K. Galbraith of the University of Texas, Austin, offer opposing perspectives on what has become the year’s biggest economic-policy challenge.
While countries largely have been reluctant to attack operating nuclear reactors, the Ukraine war has shown that the taboo is fragile. Ultimately, the scale of the threat demands a renewed effort by the international community to fashion a strict legal prohibition.
shows why the world needs a formal agreement banning attacks on live reactors and related facilities.