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Flight of the working class
Published Aug 19, 2017
Study: Shift away from Democratic Party affiliation among blue-collar voters set stage for Trump's victory
Global (in)security
Published Aug 19, 2017
Course on global security politics examines issues relating to weapons of mass destruction and oppression
'Mockery, spin, and manipulation'
Published Aug 19, 2017
Trump's Boy Scout speech was a missed opportunity to inspire young people, SAIS practitioner-in-residence writes / The Washington Post
Media literacy
Confronting the real problem of fake news
Published Aug 19, 2017
NPR broadcaster, digital media strategist tackle media literacy in Johns Hopkins webinar
Establishment parties in U.S. and Europe 'imploding'
Published Aug 19, 2017
Erik Jones, an expert in European and Eurasian studies at SAIS, suggests traditional political parties are failing, cannot contain their fringe movements / The Cipher Brief
'Evening Joe'
Cable news in the age of Trump
Published Aug 19, 2017
MSNBC 'Morning Joe' co-hosts Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski talk politics, media during JHU visit
Political science
Diversity, democracy, and pluralism
Published Aug 19, 2017
New Hopkins initiative examines how diverse groups, ideologies coexist in communities
Foreign Affairs Symposium
On walls, fear, and exclusion
Published Aug 19, 2017
Award-winning Dominican-American author, activist speaks at JHU's Foreign Affairs Symposium
'Uncomfortable dialogues'
Muslim mythbusting
Published Aug 19, 2017
'Muslim Marine' kicks off series of events at Bloomberg School designed to explore the Muslim American identity
Foreign Affairs Symposium
'If you're going to create, failure has to come'
Published Aug 19, 2017
Author, activist, and JHU alum Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks politics, race, and writing as part of the Foreign Affairs Symposium