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Georgetown Public Policy Review

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Georgetown Public Policy Review is the McCourt School of Public Policy’s nonpartisan, graduate student-run publication. Our mission is to provide an outlet for innovative new thinkers and established policymakers to offer perspectives on the politics and policies that shape our nation and our world.

Five Things to Follow during the U.N. Climate Conference in Marrakech, Morocco

Several members of the Georgetown University community will attend the U.N. Climate Change Conference which began Monday, November 7th. In collaboration with McCourt’s Energy and Environment Association, GPPR will be bringing you reporting and analysis from the conference. Climate change. It’s a thing we all kind of know something about but maybe it’s a long…

Interview with Governor Martin O’Malley

Senior Online Editor Shane McCarthy and Associate Interview Editor Jason Berger sit down to talk with former Governor of Maryland and Mayor of Baltimore, Martin O’Malley. The group talks about this year’s election, performance metrics for public managers, climate change, green energy, immigration policy, and labor. Make sure to subscribe to the GPPR Podcast on iTunes.