The global population is expected to increase by two to three billion people by 2050, a projection raising serious concerns about sustainable development, biodiversity and food security, but new research led by Princeton University shows that more efficient use of nitrogen fertilizers may address both environmental issues and crop production, ...
A group of Woodrow Wilson School students took part in a crisis simulation in which “senior officials” across the Asia-Pacific region confronted two significant challenges: a clash between China and the Philippines brewing in the South China Sea and the prospect of serious instability on the Korean peninsula.
Paul Volcker has spent most of his professional life in public service. In this WooCast, he discusses the importance of public service, its role in good governance and his advice for students charting career paths in public service. He also talks about the papers he donated to Princeton’s Seely G. Mudd Manuscript Library.
Following the Nov. 13 shooting rampage in Paris by the Islamic State group, French police are conducting raids to hunt down suspects. Now, the French Parliament is grappling with the decision of whether to extend the state of emergency for three months.
In a Nov. 18 study, scientists distill years of psychological research to identify five key lessons that policymakers can use to engage the general public on the issue of climate change and promote public support for climate policies.
Gary Bass, professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, won the Ramnath Goenka Award for best nonfiction book for “The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger, and a Forgotten Genocide.”