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Politics

Q+A
Birds aren't real*
Published Feb 7, 2024
How a nonsensical protest sign sparked a movement that shed light on how conspiracies grow and spread
Politics
The Governor Wes Moore
Published Winter 2023
One year into his governorship, Johns Hopkins Magazine sat down with Moore to talk about a life of service / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Democracy+Politics
New conservative principles for building trust in elections
Published Nov 8, 2023
Principles released with new Gallup poll that shows wide partisan gaps in electoral confidence
Democracy+Politics
Report: Political violence imperils U.S. democracy
Published Nov 7, 2023
Experts from around the globe express concern for the future of U.S. electoral processes
Changing hearts, minds, and stomachs
Published Spring 2023
SAIS alumni Téa Ivanovic and Peter Schechter founded Immigrant Food to defend the vision of America as an immigrant nation / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Midterm elections analysis with a Hopkins expert
Published Nov 9, 2022
The American political landscape is unsettled after Election Day, with several major races still undecided. Which party had a better night? Political scientist Daniel Schlozman breaks down the midterm winners and losers
Politics
White supremacy, political violence, and firearms
Published Nov 3, 2022
Policy experts, including U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin, convene to discuss armed intimidation in the political process as Americans go to the polls for midterms
Economics
JHU to launch multidisciplinary Center for Economy and Society
Published Feb 16, 2022
The center, part of the university's SNF Agora Institute, will be dedicated to reimagining the relationships among markets, governments, and citizens
Lady Bird's legacy
Published Spring 2021
A SAIS alum's new biography reveals the first lady's power and influence in LBJ's White House / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Election night's crystal ball?
Published Spring 2021
Leading GOP millennial pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson has learned a vital lesson in prognosticating: Always ask what you could be missing. / Johns Hopkins Magazine