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News Clips: Week of April 23 - 29

Apr 23, 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, please email, and we will add it promptly.

Trump escapes 'swamp' for another Washington, in Michigan
AFP (Julian Zelizer)

A Century of Feuding Between Presidents and the Press
The Atlantic (by Julian Zelizer)

Citizenship for sale: EB-5 visas and the wealthy's brilliant plan to help the wealthy
USA Today (by Steven Strauss)

America can't quite decide what to do with its first ladies
The Washington Post (by Lauren Wright)

White House Correspondents' Dinner 2018 Newburgh Gazette
Newburgh Gazette (Julian Zelizer)

Trump escapes 'swamp' for another Washington, in Michigan
Yahoo! (Julian Zelizer)

US President Trump snubs annual White House correspondents' dinner
France 24 (Julian Zelizer)

Trump escapes 'swamp' for another Washington, in Michigan
Deccan Herald (Julian Zelizer)

What happens if America stops underwriting world order?
Troy Media (Ryan Crocker)

Brookings Scholar: US handling of Kirkuk increased Iran’s influence
Kurdistan 24 (Ryan Crocker)

Does America have a moral obligation to resettle refugees?
Connect Statesboro (Ryan Crocker)

Does America have a moral obligation to resettle refugees?
Deseret News (Ryan Crocker)

Is Addiction or Untreated Pain Causing Patient Suicides?
Pain News Network (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

'Only good for drug dealers': More Nobel prize winners snub bitcoin
Yahoo! Finance (Angus Deaton)

Billionaire Warren Buffett Trashes Bitcoin Again: ‘That Is Not Investing’
The Inquisitr (Angus Deaton)

Money For Nothing Trial Scrapped For Jobless
Pars Herald (Angus Deaton)

Both in rich and poor countries, universal health care brings huge benefits
The Economist (Angus Deaton)

Finland’s free money experiment remains on track
New Europe (Angus Deaton)

A Decision Worth Billions: A Supreme Court Ruling On Legal Sports Betting Could Arrive Anytime
benzinga (Robert Willig)

How the housing slowdown is taking the lustre off the whole Canadian economy
Financial Post (Atif Mian)

America Is Less Polarized Than You Think
The Nation. (Martin Gilens)

The boss makes how much? Illinois companies reveal CEO-to-worker pay ratio
Chicago Tribune (Alexandre Mas)

The Gig Economy's Accuracy Solution
Forbes (Alan Krueger)

Trump's love-hate relationship with the press
The Hill (Julian Zelizer)

'Our Time Has Come' is a lucid and compelling account of India under Modi
The National (Atul Kohli)

The Age of 'Shotgun Cohabitation'
The Atlantic (Kathryn Edin)

Mick Mulvaney delivers the chilling truth
CNN (Martin Gilens)

Cass R. Sunstein: Trump's promising plan to link welfare to work
Omaha World-Herald (Eldar Shafir)

Princeton's First Woman President Speaks Out
U.S. 1 (Shirley Tilghman)

Cuomo’s shift left seen as smart politics or too little, too late
Newsday (Julian Zelizer)

Macron makes long-term investment in Trump
Financial Times (Julian Zelizer)

Trump's Promising Plan to Link Welfare to Work
Bloomberg View (Eldar Shafir)

'Poor Filipinos are lazy' and other myths about poverty
interaksyon (Eldar Shafir)

The stories of four Albertans working to slay their debt demons
TroyMedia (Eldar Shafir)

Finland set to scrap free money experiment after two-year trial
CNBC (Angus Deaton)

"A Complete Disaster": Noam Chomsky on Trump and the Future of US Politics
truthout (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

How destructive is Trump of globalisation?
The Business Times (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

The Fed is not in the mood for ferocity, says former vice chairman Blinder
MarketWatch (Alan Blinder)

Bill tackles workforce shortage due to opioid epidemic
The Herald-Dispatch (Janet Currie)

Romney's woes: No fun for mainstream GOP in Trump era
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

Yale holds first-ever Arab conference
Yale News (Salam Fayyad)

Jobs for the working class: Raising earnings among non-college graduates
Brookings (Alan Krueger)