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Commentary
A new Cold War?
Published Aug 30, 2016
Likelihood of 'dangerous incidents' involving U.S., Russia on the rise, SAIS expert says / World Politics Review
Rio Olympics
North Korea's 'sports diplomacy'
Published Aug 30, 2016
SAIS visiting scholar on the fate of North Korean Olympians who return home without medals / BBC News
Bioethics
Baby, it's hot outside
Published Aug 30, 2016
Bioethicist Travis Rieder discusses the morality of having children in the age of global warming / NPR

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Election 2016
'Downwardly mobile' for Donald
Published Aug 30, 2016
GOP candidate's message likely resonating with those who believe they are worse off than their parents, Johns Hopkins sociologist Andrew Cherlin writes
Sociology
How welfare failed millions
Published Aug 30, 2016
Welfare now less responsive to families who need it, drives people to live on 'virtually nothing,' poverty expert Kathy Edin says
Commentary
A rare success story for Afghanistan
Published Aug 30, 2016
Investments in education system paying off for Afghanistan, SAIS visiting scholar Rohullah Osmani writes / The Diplomat
Maternal health
In Kenya, a different path
Published Aug 30, 2016
Jhpiego helps Nairobi youth set up small businesses, avoid crimes that target pregnant women / ONE
Election 2016
Who founded ISIS? It's complicated
Published Aug 30, 2016
SAIS Dean Vali Nasr links rise of Islamic terror group to sectarian conflict in Iraq, 2003 U.S. invasion / The Huffington Post
Election 2016
How secure are our votes?
Published Aug 30, 2016
Computer security experts discuss vulnerability of voting machines, rolls in wake of recent DNC hack
Get up and go
Pandemic or prescription?
Published Aug 30, 2016
A public health perspective on the Pokémon Go gaming craze, which has tens of millions talking—and walking / Global Health NOW
Commentary
Conservation complication
Published Aug 30, 2016 Video
Efforts to reduce water use in agriculture could end up having the opposite effect, JHU expert writes / Bloomberg View
National security
To brief, or not to brief
Published Aug 30, 2016
Former acting CIA director, SAIS faculty member discusses importance of briefing presidential candidates / NPR
Commentary
Assessing the ISIS threat
Published Aug 30, 2016
John McLaughlin, former acting CIA director, cautions that end of terror group's reign is not near / The Cipher Brief
Economics
An avoidable collapse?
Published Aug 30, 2016
Economist Laurence Ball's research suggests Fed could have prevented 2008 Lehman Brothers failure / The New York Times
Aspen Ideas Festival
Daniels: Regulation, politics 'hobbling' U.S. public universities
Published Aug 30, 2016
President also discusses declines in research funding, Baltimore's trajectory during 55-minute talk
Q+A
Improving on 'near perfection'
Published Aug 30, 2016
Johns Hopkins Hospital President Redonda Miller on ambition, her time at Hopkins, and her vision for the hospital
Commentary
Foreign policy experts weigh in on Brexit vote
Published Aug 30, 2016
Political upheaval of this scale has not occurred since the end of World War II, one expert says
Q+A
Health and humanity
Published Aug 30, 2016
Historian Karen Kruse Thomas covers half a century of the Bloomberg School of Public Health, from school leadership to contributions to public policy to it influence on health in Baltimore and beyond