George Frampton considers what national US policymakers might learn from others’ efforts in addressing climate change.
California-based writer Anne Finger is currently crafting essays about disability in Berlin.
Prerna Singh argues that the adoption of medical advances lies in their embedding in familiar contexts.
George T. Frampton is looking into how businesses in Europe are involved in shaping national climate policy.
Ben Rhodes talks about his eight years as President Obama's speechwriter and deputy national security advisor.
Historian Peter Holquist discusses late nineteenth-century efforts to codify the laws of war.
Historian Peter Holquist is looking at the origins of the laws of war and their codification.
Prerna Singh examines the role of local authority, narrative, and norms in the prevention and cure of infectious diseases.
Ambassador Christopher Hill discusses recent challenges as the United States attempts to deal with North Korea’s military buildup.
University of Chicago historian Fred Donner discusses the material origins of Islam.