Donald Trump promised a lot in foreign policy. He has little to show for it.
The scholarship on inequality has been producing a wealth of empirical findings about how inequality is created, expanded and perpetuated, building on the work of Thomas Piketty in tracing capital flows.
Far from being the self-destructive revolutionaries that Iran hawks want them to be, Iran's leaders are interested in self-preservation above all else.
The survey is another piece of evidence that Americans increasingly favor greater restraint in foreign policy after almost two decades of unceasing foreign wars.
It used to be about the foreign policy, man.