Scotland and the United Kingdom

Threat of ISIS

Unmaking the Bomb

Food Insecurity

Unemployment Rates

Political Science

Our Students
JRCPPF Finance Short Course
A group of 33 students at the Wilson School spent the final days of summer immersing themselves in the ins and outs of the financial market.

“Everything is so interconnected and I think the course is a great opportunity to understand the economic climate.”
—Laura Zachary, MPA ’15

The Policy Debate
Despite an increase in federal food-assistance programs, food insecurity continues to plague millions of U.S. children. Providing better access to these programs may be a solution, according to a new report released by theFuture of Children, a joint project by Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the Brookings Institution.