In a recent discussion, individuals from around MIT describe why every vote in state and local elections matters.
MIT chancellor and colleagues help lead special project examining how bias has distorted the scientific enterprise — and how to make things better.
John Tirman, political theorist and executive director of the MIT Center for International Studies, dies at 72
An expert on US-Iran relations and human security, Tirman was a prolific author and thoughtful colleague and friend.
Panelists discuss why governance innovation is needed and how it can be sustained in governments and communities.
Study suggests automatically starting benefits at the outset of a recession would remove uncertainty for workers.
Research shows that in Hungary, debt drove voters to the right, as part of a consequential shift.
The Robert E. Wilhelm Fellows Program brings real-world experience and new scholarship to CIS and is a vital part of its research community.