Dr. Nishikawa-Chavez discusses how immigrants and asylum seekers are engaging with the U.S political system. As well as the differences in how Democrats and Republicans have engaged with immigrants now and in the past.
In Maine, ranked-choice voting opens up possibilities (and lawsuits)
Proponents of ranked-choice voting argue that it eliminates voters’ need to choose between the “lesser of two evils” and allows independent candidates to run for office without fear of becoming spoilers.
Iran’s Political Climate
For all of his progressive rhetoric and his detente with the West, it is worth remembering that Rouhani, as well as his Moderate faction, is at his core a conservative- a moderate and pragmatic one, but a conservative nonetheless.