Editor in Chief, AtlanticLIVE; Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic
Steve Clemons is Washington editor at large for The Atlantic and editor in chief of AtlanticLIVE. He’s a founder and senior fellow of the American Strategy Program at New America Foundation, where he was previously executive vice president, and a regular contributor to MSNBC and other outlets on foreign policy and politics. Previously, Clemons was executive vice president of the Economic Strategy Institute, senior economic and international affairs advisor to former senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), and founding executive director of the Nixon Center (now the Center for National Interest). He serves on the GLOBSEC International Advisory Board and writes and speaks frequently on national security, politics, and economic policy issues.
To Fix the Refugee Crisis, Harness the Best of Human Nature
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Saudi Arabia and the Bumpy Road to Liberal Reform
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How to Bring Civility, Respect, and Problem-Solving back to Washington
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Russia: The World's Outlaw State
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Where in the World Is Happiness?
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Deep Dive: Who Is Prepared for the Next Epidemic?
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Will the Rise of Populism Destroy Liberal Democracy?
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Hacking Hate and Extremism
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Global Health in the Age of Sustainable Development: An Interview with Economist Jeffrey Sachs
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What Drives Drug Pricing?
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21st Century Energy Security
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Europe on Edge
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Can We Reclaim Civitas in American Society?
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The Supremes Latest Hit: The Affordable Care Act Survives Another Test
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US-Russian Relations after Crimea
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