Politics professor Todd Sechser says getting COVID-19 under control is “the single most important foreign policy action the United States can take.”
Presidential chiefs of staff and other White House alumni joined Miller Center experts to talk about presidential transitions, whether from one administration to the next or from a president’s first to second term.
In her research on constitutional rights, law professor Mila Versteeg found that citizens seeking to hold governments accountable makes the biggest difference in fending off tyranny.
UVA Darden graduates have created a new website to rank “sharps,” the analysts who pick games each weekend. See how it works – and what they have to say about UVA’s matchup with Duke.
An Army Ranger and Rhodes Scholar with an entrepreneurial bent, UVA alumnus Joe Riley is building a military housing business and serves on the National Security Council.
UVA Law faculty and alumni remember the iconic jurist, who also was the 1997 Thomas Jefferson Medalist in Law.
Laura Morgan Roberts, a Darden professor who has advised numerous companies on diversity and inclusion efforts, reflects on a tumultuous summer and how organizations can make good on their good intentions.
The three-part “Dismantling Democracy” series examines democracies and threats to democracies around the world, with interviews with politicians, journalists, faculty and more. Part two airs tonight in Virginia.