News & Awards

News Clips: August 20-26

Aug 27, 2018

The following is a compilation of media clips in which WWS faculty members have been mentioned, cited or quoted. This list is updated weekly. If an item is missing, email, and we will add it promptly.

Combating 21st Century Authoritarian States: The Perspective of Ross Babbage (Aaron Friedberg)

Documenting a living moment
The Hindu (Atul Kohli)

Anti-Refugee Attacks In Germany Were Driven By Facebook Usage (Betsy Levy Paluck and Andrew Guess)

Opioid epidemic does not influence unemployment levels, researchers find
Becker's Hospital Review (Janet Currie)

All the Crystal Balls Say Democrats Will Gain in Midterms
Bloomberg Opinion (Julian Zelizer)

Opinion Hamas Has Proven Israel Only Understands Force
Haaretz (Salam Fayyad)

Eight more restaurant chains are ending 'no-poach' policies that limit workers' options
Los Angeles Times (Alan Krueger)

Food and housing insecurity aid discussed during Convocation
Technician (Kathryn Edin)

No, the GOP Isn’t Trying to Bar ‘Immigrant Grandparents’ from the U.S.
National Review (Marta Tienda)

Summer Reading 2018: Living Along the Underground Railroad
NJ Spotlight (Shirley Tilghman)

Bitcoin and Politics: New Research Attempts to Uncover Crypto Community’s Political Ideology
Bitcoin Exchange Guide (Harold James)

What To Watch As Privacy Shield Data Pact Scrutiny Heats Up
Law360 (Ed Felten)

More Americans trust the media than they did last year and the majority trust local news
PR Newswire (Andrew Guess)

What soyabeans teach us about tariffs
Financial Times (Alan Blinder)

Documentary THE OSLO DIARIES Debuts 9/13 On HBO
Broadway World (Daniel Kurtzer)

The far right is a growing danger to tolerance and democracy
The Guardian (Johannes Haushofer)

Alex Salmond asks 'What now for Catalonia?'
RT (Carles Boix)

Spokane Regional Health District health officer Bob Lutz says social issues are critical to public health
Inlander (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Why Michael Cohen's charges, not Paul Manafort's, should worry Donald Trump: Today's talker
USA Today (Julian Zelizer)

Your late summer book recommendations for 2018
The Washington Post (G. John Ikenberry)

Anxious Pedigree: From Fresh-Off-The-Boat to “Crazy Rich Asians”
Los Angeles Review of Books (Susan Fiske)

Author connects with NC State’s mission to reduce student food insecurity
Technician (Kathryn Edin)

Unpacking and understanding media bias, part 3: partisan press of the Revolutionary War
Citizen Truth (Paul Starr)

Manafort and Cohen have left Trump at a precipice
CNN (Julian Zelizer)

8 Fast-Food Chains Will End ‘No-Poach’ Policies
The New York Times (Alan Krueger)

Militarized Policing is Ineffective at Decreasing Crime, Study Finds
Newsweek (Jonathan Mummolo)

Facebook Fueled Anti-Refugee Attacks in Germany, New Research Suggests
The New York Times (Betsy Levy Paluck, Andrew Guess)

A Closer Look at How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Employment
Harvard Business Review (by Janet Currie, mentioning Alan Krueger)

What I Learned by Studying Militarized Policing
The Atlantic (by Jonathan Mummolo)

Finally some good news: Trust in news is up, especially for local media
Poynter. (Andrew Guess)

Do the facts matter anymore?
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

John McCain — Veteran, Senator, Presidential Nominee — Is Dead
Advocate (Julian Zelizer)

McCain's complex legacy offers GOP soul-searching opportunity
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

If Trump had a first lady like Hillary Clinton, he'd be in better shape
The Washington Post (by Lauren Wright)