Discussing athlete activism with three-time Pro Bowler Brendon Ayanbadejo.
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison represented Texas from 1993 to 2013 as a United States Senator. HPR: Democrats are trying to turn Texas blue by 2016 or 2020. How do you think Texas’ political identity will change over the next decade or two? Senator Hutchison: Well I do believe that the demographics of Texas are changing and will continue to change. ... Read More
Colin Diersing, Interviews Editor, sits down with Ana Navarro to discuss what went wrong for the Republican Party in the 2012 election and the ways in which the Republican Party would be able to expand its Latino base.
Matt Shuham, Covers Editor, sits down with Jon Favreau to discuss the power of speeches, the logistics of speechwriting, and Favreau's next steps.
Daniel Backman, Associate US Editor, sits down with David Axelrod to review the 2012 presidential race and the former Senior Advisor to the President's plans for the future.
The HPR sits down with head writer of "The Onion" Seith Reiss to talk about satire's role in politics, the 2012 election, and controversial pieces.
The former senator from Indiana considers his legacy, weighs the greatest U.S. national security threat, and diagnoses the GOP.
The HPR sits down with NRA president David Keene to discuss gun violence, lobbying, and research.
The HPR sits down with Professor Theda Skocpol to discuss her recent findings on the Tea Party
The HPR interviews Ruchir Sharma, head of equity emerging markets at Morgan Stanley, on his book, "Breakout Nations."
The HPR sits down with President of the National Resource Defense Council Frances Beinecke to discuss US climate and energy policy.
The HPR sits down with former President Ronald Reagan for the 20th anniversary issue.
Eugene Jarecki sits down to discuss "The House I Live In", his new documentary about the War on Drugs.
The Harvard Political Review speaks to Stephanie Schriock, the president of EMILY's List, about the historic number of women elected in 2012.