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Q+A
Expert: 'Unimaginable' impact from EPA cuts
Published March 23, 2017
School of Public Health's Tom Burke served as EPA science adviser, deputy assistant administrator
Barbara Mikulski joins faculty
Published March 23, 2017
Five-term U.S. senator who spent four decades in Congress named professor of public policy, presidential adviser
Election 2016
How the polls got it wrong
Published March 23, 2017
A conversation with Clifford Young, a professorial lecturer at SAIS who helps oversee polling at global market research firm Ipsos
COMMENTARY
Best case, worst case
Published March 23, 2017
SAIS scholar, former acting CIA director John McLaughlin among policy, intelligence experts to weigh in on Trump presidency / Politico
Government
What D.C. insiders think of the American public
Published March 23, 2017
Government bureaucrats tend to believe citizens know 'very little' about key issues, JHU political scientists write
Commentary
Profitable politics
Published March 23, 2017
How political consultants cash in big time from the campaign finance system / The New York Times
Race and politics
Knocking the neoliberal hustle
Published Winter 2015
Lester Spence argues that African-Americans have bought into the wrong politics / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Commentary
Inequality after racism
Published March 23, 2017
Provost Lieberman, co-author examine how institutions hold back African-Americans / Foreign Affairs
Political theory
Market irrationality
Published Winter 2013
William Connolly's The Fragility of Things wonders if rethinking the social roles of our jobs and lives might produce the changes we need. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Coming to grips with 'kludgeocracy'
Published March 23, 2017
Hopkins political scientist Steven Teles argues that American government has become a "kludgeocracy," a problem of complexity, not of size / The Washington Post