The causes of dysfunction in American government run deeper than the ideological divide between the Democratic and Republican Parties.
On the Newsstand:Politics
HPR writers comment on the role religion has in their personal politics.
Joe Donnelly is looking to create a moderate center in an increasingly partisan Senate.
Mitt Romney accuses President Obama of bribing key groups of voters with "binders full of contraceptives."
The sky over Cambridge is grayer these past few months. It has been a difficult semester for Harvard. We lost two students—one to an accident and the other to suicide. The former was a prodigious and ambitious young scientist set on shaking up the world for the better, the latter a kind and poetic soul that lit up rooms with ... Read More
With the surprise election of billionaire Bidzina Ivanashvili, Georgian Dream presents an alternative to standard second-world power transitions.
Staff Writer Harleen Gambhir walks prospective students through the politics at Harvard
Amid controversy, France proves to be at the vanguard of awareness of the Armenian Genocide.
At the HPR, we believe that politics, broadly construed, touches and shapes every human endeavor. And, of course, few are more basic than eating.