Sen. Elizabeth Warren (from left), Sen. Bernie Sanders, and former Vice President Joe Biden participate in the Democratic presidential primary debate in Charleston, South Carolina, on Feb. 25.

Biden May Win, but the Left Is Still Fighting for Influence

Continued Republican control of the Senate threatens to forestall both progressive cabinet picks and progressive policies.

A sunflower lies on a table at the venue of the electoral party of German green party Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen in Berlin, on Sept. 23, 2013.

Can Europe’s Green Parties Learn to Love Power?

Austria offers a dispiriting preview of the future of progressive politics.

Then-U.S Vice President Joe Biden attends a business leader breakfast at the St. Regis Beijing hotel in China on Dec. 5, 2013.

Biden Camp Tries to Walk Fine Line on China

The Democratic candidate wants to get tough with Beijing, but he’s responding to Asian American pleas not to provoke a backlash.

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden listens during a joint statement to the press with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on March 9, 2010. While Biden has taken critical stances on Israel in his 2020 presidential campaign, he has stressed: “My commitment to Israel is absolutely unshakeable.”

Biden Resists Move Left on Foreign Policy

Though he’s eager to accommodate Bernie Sanders’s base on domestic issues, the presumptive Democratic nominee is still seen as a man of the past by progressives.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives for a photo with his newly sworn in cabinet after a ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, Ontario, November 4, 2015.    AFP PHOTO/ GEOFF ROBINS        (Photo credit should read GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/Getty Images)

Long Hair and a Sikh Defense Minister Don’t Make You a Progressive

Canada’s new prime minister has a knack for optics. But will he deliver the kind of progressive change the country needs?

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