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By Eric Posner - Feb 08,2024
CHICAGO — This week, the US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Donald Trump’s appeal of the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision disqualifying him from the ballot for the 2024 presidential election.
By Eric Posner - Nov 25,2023
 CHICAGO — As the Google antitrust trial winds down, corporate opposition to antitrust reform in the United States is winding up, and not by coincidence.
By Eric Posner - Sep 25,2023
CHICAGO — A new legal effort to prevent Donald Trump from retaking the presidency next year is afoot.
By Eric Posner - Aug 12,2023
 CHICAGO — For many Americans, Donald Trump’s mounting legal troubles confirm the deeply corrupt and repulsive character of the man. But there is a significant danger that the trials will help Trump rather than hurt him.
By Eric Posner - Jun 15,2023
 CHICAGO — The indictment of a former president is unprecedented in the United States. But Americans, and the world, should get used to it.
By Eric Posner - Nov 09,2021
CHICAGO — “The ugly American”, the title of a novel published in 1958 by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer, entered the language to refer to boorish American officials abroad who sought to improve the lives of natives without taking the trouble to learn their language, culture o
By Eric Posner - Oct 31,2021
CHICAGO — The US Supreme Court began its 2021 term amid a buzz of speculation that it has lost the public’s confidence.
By Eric Posner - Sep 06,2021
CHICAGO — US President Joe Biden’s speech defending the withdrawal from Afghanistan announced a decisive break with a tradition of foreign-policy idealism that began with Woodrow Wilson and reached its apex in the 1990s.
By Eric Posner - Aug 26,2021
CHICAGO — A recent commentary in the Wall Street Journal exposes the dark hole into which conservative economic thinking has sunk since the pinnacle of its influence in the 1980s. Economists Casey B. Mulligan and Tomas J.
By Eric Posner - Aug 16,2021
CHICAGO — US President Joe Biden’s new executive order on “Promoting Competition in the American Economy” is more significant for what it says than for what it does. In fact, the order doesn’t actually order anything.



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