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News Clips: Week of June 11-17

Jun 11, 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 extaff@princeton.edu, and we will add it promptly.

Watchdogs, scholars say Trump breaking law by ripping up papers
myPalmBeachPost (Julian Zelizer)

Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management Has Boosted Its Wabco Holdings (WBC) Stake by $18.16 Million; Market Value Declined; Manikay Partners Increases Stake in Tesla (Put) (TSLA)
Norman Weekly (Angus Deaton)

This was not the dream for US-China trade
messenger-inquirer (Aaron Friedberg)

Donald Trump shows us the potential for hope and disaster
ABC News (Stephen Kotkin)

Hanseatic Management Services Holding in Tesla (TSLA) Has Lowered by $394,585 as Share Price Declined; Alethea Capital Management Has Lowered Its Stake in Medtronic Plc (MDT) by $808,400
Huron Report (Angus Deaton)

Antarctica is melting faster than anyone thought, and we're not ready for the sea level rise that's coming
Business Insider (Michael Oppenheimer)

This was not the dream for U.S.-China trade
The Washington Post (Aaron Friedberg)

Trump uses IG report to spread 'deep state' conspiracy
KBZK.com (by Julian Zelizer)

Trade Wars Are Hard to Define and Even Harder to End
agweb.com (Harold James)

Georgy Zhukov’s Close Call With Stalin’s Killers
War is Boring (Stephen Kotkin)

In the Lab, Failure Is Part of the Job Description
The Chronicle of Higher Education (Johannes Haushofer)

Thousands of teenagers have attended 'transformational' leadership retreats that teach kids about diversity through racial slurs and labels — and one expert says it's a 'hellscape'
Business Insider Nordic (Betsy Levy Paluck)

Israel–Palestine: vale the two‑state solution, where to now?
The Strategist (Daniel Kurtzer)

America's rising suicide rate
The Economist (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Book in the news… how America lost China to communism
MoneyWeek (Aaon Friedberg)

Most Americans can’t catch the same kind of cash bail breaks as Harvey Weinstein
ThinkProgress (Will Dobbie)

Is the gig economy a myth?
The Washington Post (Alan Krueger)

Trump uses IG report to spread 'deep state' conspiracy
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

Bad week for India. Suresh Prabhu hits wall in Washington. Slammed by the UN
News India Times (Stephen Kotkin)

The severe economic costs of the U.S. opioid crisis
The Hill (Alan Krueger)

Can we reduce suicides? Have faith.
SunSentinel (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Suicide as Sickness?
Psychology Today (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

The Myth of the Liberal Order
Foreign Affairs (G. John Ikenberry)

Climate Change Could Set Kids Up To Fail
Earther (Janet Currie)

What to do for June 15-22
Cape Cod Times (Keith Wailoo)

Fixing the 'motherhood penalty'
WeekendSwitzer (Henrik Kleven)

Early voting begins in Maryland today
WEAA 88.9 (Benjamin Jealous)

Did America Get China Wrong?
Foreign Affairs (co-authored by Thomas Christensen and Aaron Friedberg)

Southern Cayuga Conversations: Safe Haven visit prompts reflection
auburnpub.com (Susan Fiske)

The Memo: Trump's legal troubles pile up despite release of IG report
The Hill (Julian Zelizer)

Trump uses presidency for 'Celebrity Pardon' show | Editorial
NJ.com (Julian Zelizer)

JFF Announces $1 Billion Wage Gain Challenge in Partnership with Schmidt Futures' Alliance for the American Dream
JFF (Alan Krueger)

Realist World
Foreign Affairs (Stephen Kotkin)

Antarctica is losing ice twice as fast as anyone thought
PBS NewsHour (Michael Oppenheimer)

Marx, Orwell and Huxley: Dystopia or Prophecies
Political Insights (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

The Mystery Around Middle-Age Suicides
The Wall Street Journal (Anne Case)

Trump thinks groups like the G-7 ‘rob us.’ Actually, they’ve made us rich.
The Washington Post (G. John Ikenberry)

State Roundup, June 13, 2018
MarylandReporter.com (Ben Jealous)

Ben Jealous for governor
The Washington Post (Ben Jealous)

Blinder Says Trump Has Been 'Spot-On' Regarding the Fed
Bloomberg (Alan Blinder)

Trump and Kim Jong Un callously ignored human rights in their summit — just like Obama did around the world
NBC News (Gary Bass)

The Slow Rise and Sudden Fall of the G-7
Foreign Policy (Robert Keohane)

WorkLife Law Needs Your Help with National Bias Survey
Center for WorkLife Law (Susan Fiske)

Don't Be So Sure the Gig Is Up
The Wall Street Journal (Alan Krueger)

The long wait for a productivity resurgence
Financial Times (Gene Grossman)

This map shows how far North Korea's nuclear missile program has come, and how much work remains to dismantle it
CNBC (Frank von Hippel)

Shifting US policy leaves Asian allies at sea
Nikkei Asian Review (Aaron Friedberg)

U.S. Fed Chairman mulls press conference for every policy meeting: report
Xinhua (Alan Blinder)

Powell Weighs Taking Questions After Every Fed Meeting
The Wall Street Journal (Alan Blinder)

Progressives take on regular Democrats in Maryland primaries
People's World (Benjamin Jealous)

If Obama Had Met with Kim Jong Un, the Republican Party Would Have Had a Cow
Common Dreams (Daniel Kurtzer)

Georgetown Professor Hosts International Research Conference
Albawaba Business (Angus Deaton)

Suicide epidemic finally gets attention, critical care
Mercatornet (Angus Deaton)

Form N-CSRS MUTUAL FUND SERIES TRUST For: Mar 31
StreetInsider.com (Alan Blinder)

The Fed’s Biggest Dilemma: Is the Booming Job Market a Problem?
The Wall Street Journal (Alan Blinder)

Six takeaways from the latest polls in the Maryland governor’s race
The Washington Post (Benjamin Jealous)

GOP Leaders in Congress Largely Silent on Trump's G-7 Tirade
The New York Times (Julian Zelizer)

Republicans reluctant to criticize Trump's actions abroad
The Washington Post (Julian Zelizer)

Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un could be 'extremely dangerous,' foreign policy experts warn
Newsweek (Daniel Kurtzer)

Self-serving laws — II
Business Recorder (Atif Mian)

Trump-Kim Summit: Asian media looking at the prospect of a breakthrough
The Straits Times (Julian Zelizer)

Not Like It's Rocket Science
genomeweb (Michael Oppenheimer)

Trump’s disdain for expertise has US weak going into North Korea summit
Shareblue media (Michael Oppenheimer)

In the Trump administration, science is unwelcome. so is advice.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Michael Oppenheimer)

How big is gig economy? Gov’t study shows how little we know
News Tribune (Alan Krueger)

Trump's G7 bust-up shows risks for North Korea summit
AFP (Julian Zelizer)

US gubernatorial candidate Madaleno airs first same-sex kiss in ad campaign
International Business Times (Benjamin Jealous)

Trump and Kim will finally meet, but don’t expect much to change. Here’s why.
The Washington Post (Keren Yarhi-Milo)

Here’s how Trump exploited poverty-stricken Americans’ patriotism for personal gain
Raw Story (Martin Gilens)