After 34 years of service, more than 16,000 votes cast, and a stint as vice chairman of the 9/11 Commission, Lee Hamilton reflects on what is wrong with Congress and how to fix it.
The American Democracy Project inspires faculty and students alike to make a difference in their communities.
What would Alexis de Tocqueville say if he visited America today?
Are we brainwashed by images and words that dictate the meanings of democracy? Two cultural critics say yes.
The lines between red and blue may be sharply drawn, but that doesn't mean we're clear on what we stand for.
Despite information overload, voter apathy, and manipulation of the news, online media may offer us meaningful politics again.
Are we as globalized as we think?
A former director of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union and Republican candidate for Congress considers the state of today's civil liberties.
In the wake of the Orange Revolution, the real work of reforming Ukraine is in progress, and IU's Parliamentary Development Project is on hand to help.
Far from the world of cases and moot courts, a law professor helps Burmese revolutionaries create a just society.
Now a research scholar, a former president of Liberia continues his work to bring peace to his war-weary people.
The key to improving democracy today, says pioneering civil rights lawyer Alvin Chambliss, is reforming America's historically discriminatory higher education system.
Worms, spam, and 'phishing' abound, but still, we shop, play, and pay online in growing numbers. What's the fate of our privacy?