Articles tagged: Bipartisanship


Solving polarization won’t fix our society’s injustices

Today’s society is not a utopia, and it’s important to realize that politics is and will always be personal—especially for marginalized communities, which is why it is necessary that we work towards progressive action instead of reduced polarization.


GU Politics fellows discuss partisanship and social justice in a post-Trump era

GU Politics fellows answered questions centering on social justice, leadership, and bipartisanship as America enters a new administration. 


Civility poll maps political divisions and expectations of improved dialogue

As the United States enters its first days of a new presidential administration, Americans are wary of the country’s deep divisions but hopeful about its political future, a recent report from Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service finds.


Kennedy discusses midterm elections, healthcare, and bipartisanship in G.U. Politics event

The Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown’s McCourt School hosted Congressman Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) on Nov. 13 in the Copley Formal Lounge. Kennedy was joined by the... Read more


Spicer discusses new book, bipartisanship, and the media at GU Politics event

Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer discussed his new book, The Briefing, in the Lohrfink Auditorium on Sept. 17. In a conversation moderated by Mo Elleithee (SFS ‘94), executive... Read more