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01 Mar 19

Carbon Pricing: The Future of US Climate Change Policy

George Frampton considers what national US policymakers might learn from others’ efforts in addressing climate change.

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28 Feb 19

Fellow Spotlight: Anne Finger

California-based writer Anne Finger is currently crafting essays about disability in Berlin.

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20 Feb 19

States, Societies, and the Control of Contagion in China and India

Prerna Singh argues that the adoption of medical advances lies in their embedding in familiar contexts.

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18 Feb 19

Fellow Spotlight: George T. Frampton

George T. Frampton is looking into how businesses in Europe are involved in shaping national climate policy.

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15 Feb 19

The World As It Is: A Memoir of the Obama White House

Ben Rhodes talks about his eight years as President Obama's speechwriter and deputy national security advisor.

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14 Feb 19

The Laws of War and Their Russian Origins

Historian Peter Holquist discusses late nineteenth-century efforts to codify the laws of war.

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11 Feb 19

Fellow Spotlight: Peter Holquist

Historian Peter Holquist is looking at the origins of the laws of war and their codification.

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11 Feb 19

Fellow Spotlight: Prerna Singh

Prerna Singh examines the role of local authority, narrative, and norms in the prevention and cure of infectious diseases.

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06 Feb 19

North Korea: Challenges for American Foreign Policy

Ambassador Christopher Hill discusses recent challenges as the United States attempts to deal with North Korea’s military buildup.

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31 Jan 19

Islam’s Origins: Myth and Material Evidence

University of Chicago historian Fred Donner discusses the material origins of Islam.

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