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Joshua Busby

On COVID-19, Foreign Policy Elites are Just as Polarized as the Public

In the News
The Hill
Multiple Experts

New survey results suggest that President-elect Biden will have to work hard to cultivate bipartisan buy-in for efforts to rein in the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19

If Joe Biden Really wants Bipartisan Action, Experts say Foreign Policy is his Best Bet

In the News
Salon
Multiple Experts

Climate action, perhaps the highest global priority of all, will be a tough sell to Republicans, however

Biden speaks to a crowd on the 2020 campaign trail
Adam Schultz
Global Politics

Americans Want to Engage the World

In the News
Foreign Affairs
Multiple Experts

The beltway and the public are closer than you think.

Supporters of U.S. President Barack Obama in Cleveland, Ohio, October 2012
Reuters
Public Opinion

Public Attitudes on US Intelligence

BLOG
Running Numbers by Multiple Authors

A 2019 survey confirms that Americans broadly support Intelligence agencies despite their limited transparency and persistent antagonism from President Trump.

People walking in blurred motion through the Financial District of Paris, France
US Foreign Policy

Trump and His Advisers are Probably Wrong about What Foreign Policy Americans Want

In the News
Washington Post
Multiple Experts

Dina Smeltz and Joshua Busby discuss American public opinion of Trump's foreign policy positions.

Donald J. Trump shakes hands with Kim Jong Un
Public Opinion

Political Polarization the Critical Threat to US, Foreign Policy Experts Say

In the News
The Hill
Multiple Experts

Dina Smeltz and Joshua Busby discuss how political polarization poses an extreme threat to the United States.

Atlanta, GA
Maria Oswalt, Unsplash
Public Opinion

The Geopolitics of Climate Change

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

As extreme weather increasingly uproots communities and economies, leading experts Simon Dalby and Joshua Busby join Deep Dish to predict how climate change will affect foreign policy.

Clouds over wind turbines
Thomas Richter
Climate and the Environment

Will Anxiety About Terrorism Affect the 2016 Election? Clinton Has the Advantage for Now.

In the News
Washington Post
Joshua Busby

Joshua Busby discusses the 2016 election, and the affects of terrorism.

Brussels Attack Memorial
Brussels Attack Memorial
Global Politics