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Voices+Opinion

Commentary
Former acting CIA director: Impeachment inquiry 'going to get much messier'
Published Sept 25, 2019
John McLaughlin, distinguished practitioner-in-residence at SAIS, discusses blind spots in the investigation and what happens next / Ozy.com
Q+A
Why climate change solutions remain elusive
Published Sept 25, 2019
Paul Ferraro says climate scientists must rethink how they disseminate their research findings in order to change human behavior
Digital media+Discourse
Outrage overload?
Published Sept 25, 2019
Yale psychologist Molly Crockett shares insights from her work suggesting social media—and its encouragement of moral outrage in particular—may be changing our brains
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, guardian of human rights
Published Fall 2019
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, a Hopkins alum and the former U.N. high commissioner for human rights, has spent decades speaking on behalf of victims of the world's most vile atrocities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A bioethicist discovers the pain of opioid withdrawal
Published Fall 2019
In his new book, bioethicist Travis Rieder blends a personal account of drug dependence with a broad exploration of America's byzantine opioid problem / Johns Hopkins Magazine
VOICES
True crime on her mind
Published Fall 2019
Rachel Monroe's new book explores women's infatuation with murder stories through the lens of her own obsessions / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Interview
Talking with Narges Bajoghli
Published Fall 2019
The anthropologist, filmmaker, and writer discusses her debut book, an inside look on being pro-regime in Iran / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Risk/Reward
From corporate finance to botanical brewing
Published Fall 2019
A fixation on the original taste of root beer led alum Robert Finkel to plunge into a self-styled take on craft brewing / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Life's dog days
Published Fall 2019
For alum Claudia Flisi, the passage of time is marked by ailments in her dog and her husband. But that doesn't mean they don't all enjoy a good stroll. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Photography
Photographing America's back row
Published Fall 2019
In his book 'Dignity,' photographer Chris Arnade reckons with the decades of racism and economic forces that shaped the U.S. and its communities / Johns Hopkins Magazine