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This year has been a challenging one in many ways for the US and for the world. We’d like to thank all of our readers for reading LSE USAPP in 2020, our seventh full year of publishing commentary on US politics and policy. You can see how we covered 2020 with our our ten most popular posts from 2020.

Over 4,700 of you now follow us on Twitter (but there’s always room for more!) and we have more than 1,500. Facebook ‘likes’. Many of you have signed up to receive one of our weekly email updates – click here to sign up to get USAPP posts straight into your inbox.

In 2021 we’ll be bringing you more expert commentary from academic experts from the LSE and beyond. Look out for:

  • More articles in our What Happened? series which looks at the 2020 US presidential election outcome;
  • Our new podcast The Politics of Race in American Film podcast with Dr. Clive James Nwonka, which launches in January; and
  • Continued coverage of important US policy issues.

We’re always keen for your feedback, so please keep commenting on our articles, and let us know what you’d like us to cover in 2021.

Remember that you can Follow us on Twitter (@LSEUSAblog), get updates from our Facebook page and Subscribe to weekly email updates.

You can also get in touch by emailing the Managing Editor, Chris Gilson at – we’d love to hear from you.

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