Archived articles


Reproductive health
How did 'settled law' get unsettled?
Published May 4, 2022
The conservative movement carefully orchestrated the end of abortion rights over decades, using the women's suffrage playbook, says political scientist Dawn Teele
What is guaranteed income?
Published April 26, 2022
As Baltimore announces a pilot program to provide cash payments to its poorest residents, experts on the health effects of poverty discuss guaranteed income programs and their impact on public health
Minkah Makalani ventures beyond what can be imagined
Published April 12, 2022
The new director of the interdisciplinary Johns Hopkins Center for Africana Studies has seen firsthand how collaboration between the academy and the community can yield ideas unfettered by preconceived notions and expectations
War in ukraine
The ongoing crisis in Ukraine
Published March 31, 2022
Five Johns Hopkins experts discuss the near- and long-term global consequences of the conflict, including supply chain disruption, humanitarian disaster, and the heightened potential for a broader war
Nancy Pelosi and Ron Daniels discuss role of institutions in democracy
Published March 23, 2022
The speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives joined Johns Hopkins University's president for a wide-ranging virtual discussion as part of the Elijah E. Cummings Democracy and Freedom Festival
International health
Humanity under fire as Russia bombards Ukraine
Published March 16, 2022
As the war in Ukraine causes a massive humanitarian crisis, three Hopkins health care experts call out Vladimir Putin for illegally attacking civilians as well as health care facilities and workers
This week
How geospatial intelligence provides vital insights into Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Published March 14, 2022
Johns Hopkins experts, former CIA employees Michael Ard and Jack O'Connor will discuss the growing roles satellite, drone, and aircraft imagery play in intelligence gathering