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E.g., 07/24/2019
Mar 12, 2019
Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to exit the European Union was shot down again by Britain's Parliament in a 391 to 242 vote on March 12. What does this mean for the country and May's leadership?
Mar 8, 2019

Paul Lipton, who has served in a number of senior roles at Boston University, joins Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs as associate dean of undergraduate education, effective July 1.

Mar 8, 2019

A group of researchers at Princeton University will receive funding to work on innovative, cross-disciplinary education research projects over the next two academic years.

Mar 6, 2019

In this episode, Julian Zelizer discusses the threats posed to civil liberties since the 9/11 attacks with guest Anthony Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Mar 4, 2019

The United States and China are close to finalizing a trade deal that would roll back tariffs on at least $200 billion of the $250 billion worth of Chinese imports currently taxed by the U.S.

Feb 28, 2019

In light of the significant costs generated by child poverty for the United States, a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine provides...

Feb 27, 2019

David Sanger, national security correspondent and senior writer for The New York Times, joins Sam Wang in this episode to discuss the growing cybersecurity threats facing the United States.

Feb 22, 2019

Governments around the world rely on scientific assessments to guide environmental policy and action.

Feb 21, 2019

Some media outlets are reporting that special counsel Robert Mueller may soon hand over a report regarding Russian interference in the 2016 election. Will this bring bad news for President Donald Trump and his administration?