Monkey Cage: How diplomacy failed in Yemen and why it will again

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Monkey Cage
 
 
How diplomacy failed in Yemen and why it will again
Yemen’s civil war is more complicated than the Saleh-Houthi alliance versus Hadi.
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Trump’s commission should investigate alien abductions, not voter fraud. There’s as much survey evidence for both
Survey evidence provides no better evidence for widespread voting fraud than widespread alien abduction.
 
What can (or should) activists learn from the tea party?
These four lessons aren’t in any guidebook.
 
There’s been a big change in how the news media covers sexual assault
The story is the broader phenomenon, not just the individual cases.
 
Trump seems happy to meet with authoritarians. How does this compare with other presidents?
We analyzed how frequently U.S. presidents met with authoritarians.
 
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