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Politics+Society

In Memoriam
Joseph Cooper, professor emeritus and former provost, dies at 88
Published Sept 1, 2022
Cooper, a pioneer in the study of the development of Congress, served as professor of political science at Johns Hopkins from 1991 until 2012
Democracy Day
'Young people are not just our future, but our right now'
Published Aug 30, 2022 Video
Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott, university President Ron Daniels, and expert faculty discuss the value of democracy, as well as threats to it
Q+A
After Supreme Court EPA ruling, regulatory patchwork remains
Published Aug 23, 2022
A lack of unified national regulation will not only slow the Biden administration's goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but will also slow business investments and innovation, according to climate policy expert Paul Ferraro
Voices
A broken pipeline: The issues contributing to the U.S. teacher shortage
Published Aug 15, 2022
Ahead of an Aug. 18 panel discussion, Christopher Morphew, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Education, discusses the challenges American teachers face and strategies and solutions for the profession
Q+A
What is Turkey's long game?
Published Aug 4, 2022
Turkey continues to hint at blocking NATO expansion and walks a middle ground on the war in Ukraine. SAIS Turkey expert Lisel Hintz discusses what the enigmatic nation might be up to.
Public health
Ending the HIV epidemic
Published Aug 1, 2022
Experts from Johns Hopkins and advocacy groups publish a special journal issue dedicated to the issue of HIV prevention through pre-exposure prophylaxis
Fashioned for good
Published Aug 1, 2022
After learning about how exploitative and environmentally damaging the fashion industry could be, political science major Shanthi Ramakrishna launched Taara Projects, a social startup that creates ethical, eco-conscious stitched goods.
Voices
Savings, business reopenings are key to preventing a severe recession
Published July 29, 2022
While the U.S. economy teeters on the edge of a recession, key factors of consumer spending and saving are promising buffers for severe outcomes, according to economist Alessandro Rebucci
Finance
Avoiding financial hardships during an unstable economy
Published July 20, 2022
Carey professor shares the biggest financial mistake to avoid and discusses how some "good debt" could benefit consumers in the long run
Environment
Environmental scientist responds to SCOTUS ruling on the Clean Air Act
Published July 20, 2022
Benjamin Link, ROSEI managing director, discusses the political fallout from 'West Virginia v. EPA,' which limits the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to regulate power plant emissions