The series will bring experts from across the country to UT to examine issues and ideas foundational to American society.
The experiments illustrate the magnitude of current political polarization in the United States, which has been increasing for at least the last four decades.
Peace agreements can deliver in peace what the aggressor pursues in war: territory.
It’s the first face-to-face talk between Biden and Xi in over a year.
The goal of the fellows program is for students to understand how individuals can and need to work together to find solutions.
Between the heated exchanges, important economic and business issues were discussed – from national debt and government shutdowns to labor disputes and school choice.
Fellows and affiliates working with the two centers represent 12 colleges and more than 20 departments at UT as well as industry, every level of government and the nonprofit sector.
This September, the Institute of American Civics at the Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs is presenting programs highlighting Constitution Day.
Public perception of the Supreme Court continues to change.
U.S. and China relations remain strained.
The U.S. is turning its attention back to Africa
A proclamation by two Tennessee state senators commemorates April 2023 as Confederate History Month.