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Foreign Affairs Symposium
On walls, fear, and exclusion
Published Feb 26, 2017
Award-winning Dominican-American author, activist speaks at JHU's Foreign Affairs Symposium
'Uncomfortable dialogues'
Muslim mythbusting
Published Feb 26, 2017
'Muslim Marine' kicks off series of events at Bloomberg School designed to explore the Muslim American identity
Commentary
Rudderless ship, feuding crew
Published Feb 26, 2017
In wake of Flynn's departure, Eliot Cohen conjures Captain Ahab in sharp assessment of White House operations to date / The Atlantic
Immigration
'New challenges' posed by executive order
Published Feb 26, 2017
Experts convene at SAIS to examine consequences of Trump's executive action on immigration, refugees
Commentary
Trump underestimates America's resolve
Published Feb 26, 2017
SAIS foreign policy expert Eliot A. Cohen writes that we have arrived at 'a clarifying moment in American history' / The Atlantic
Music
Art, ethics, and activism
Published Feb 26, 2017
In 'Unseen,' Peabody composer Judah Adashi explores the life and death of Kalief Browder / Bioethics Bulletin
Commentary
Trump report a 'deliberate Russian provocation'
Published Feb 26, 2017
SAIS fellow David Satter, has been writing about Russia for four decades, says dossier meant to disrupt U.S. politics / The National Review
Q+A
The science is clear: Vaccines are safe, effective
Published Feb 26, 2017
Public health expert Daniel Salmon discusses vaccine safety and the potential hazards posed by fewer children being vaccinated
Q+A
Forging his own legacy
Published Feb 26, 2017
Surgeon-in-chief Robert Higgins, The Johns Hopkins Hospital's first black department head, will speak at annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration
Prescription drugs
The 'moral imperative' of treating opioid withdrawal
Published Feb 26, 2017
After harrowing experience with painkillers, Hopkins bioethicist says doctors must do more to help patients through withdrawal
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