In this article, John Friedman offers commentary on the current socioeconomic situation in America: "We need to be thinking about more than just making up for the last 10 months, in terms of really fixing inequality. This is something that has been a growing problem in this country for 40 years."
Deborah Gordon provides commentary in this article, stating, "It would be a mistake to think oil demand won't rise again...A rebound would help stoke consumption of carbon intense crudes such as those produced from the oil sands."
Costs of War co-director Neta Crawford penned this op-ed stating, "War and militarism undermine democratic norms, institutions, and processes. We've underappreciated the post-9/11 wars' effect on our democratic values."
Richard Arenberg appeared on "Dan Yorke State of Mind" to discuss President Trump’s historic second impeachment for abuse of power and obstructing Congress alleging that he was responsible for inciting the mob that stormed the U.S Capitol.
Stephen Kinzer penned this article in The Provincetown Independent stating, "Domestic terrorists follow the example we set abroad. We cannot expect peace at home if we relentlessly promote upheaval in other countries."
In this article, Richard Arenberg provides commentary on likely areas of bipartisan agreement in a 50-50 senate, including "COVID-19 relief, an infrastructure package and possibly some climate reforms."