Sentiments about the Chinese Communist Party and its policies aren’t so rosy when surveyed Chinese citizens feel truly anonymous, according to USC Dornsife research.
A USC Dornsife scholar of the Middle East examines the decades-old ‘special relationship’ between Israel and the U.S.
It’s been more than 20 years since the US invaded Iraq, but the invasion still provides a cautionary tale about getting involved in an expensive war abroad.
It’s Election Day, you go to vote – and you’re told you’re not registered or you’re not eligible to vote. A civil rights lawyer provides a guide so voters can know their rights to cast a ballot.
Comparative politics expert Gerardo Munck discusses the state of Latin American democracy and trade, and the summit’s potential.
Serish Thakker graduates with degrees in public policy and international relations
Steve Swerdlow, who has worked to secure the release of numerous political prisoners, wants his students to understand that their work in the classroom can change the lives of people thousands of miles away.
In a special crisis briefing organized by the USC Global Policy Institute, scholars discuss the ongoing conflict, what it means and what may happen next. [3 min read]
Madina Zermeño draws from her experiences growing up in San Diego as a Muslim child and later volunteering abroad as she aims for a career improving life in underrepresented communities. [4½ min read]