Editor in Chief Jake Ford, Senior Interview Editor Disraeli Smith, and Managing Editor Catherine Lyons sit down with 5 of the 6 new GU Politics fellows – Ron Bonjean, Mike Dubke, Marie Harf, Patrick Murphy, and Liz Sidoti. The group discusses the uncertainty in politics, advice for students interested in politics or policy, and the…
“Everyone’s experience with democracy is different.” Thus begins Basharat Peer’s A Question of Order: India, Turkey, and the Return of Strongmen (Columbia Global Reports, 2017). The new book by the Indian political journalist, currently an editor for the opinion section of the New York Times, is an incredibly timely, slim volume exploring how the democratic…
With the recent announcements that special forces will be deployed to combat ISIS and large scale American troop presence in Afghanistan has been extended again after almost 15 years in the country, the question of how to support veterans returning from war has never been more prescient. To commemorate Veterans Day GPPR was able to…
National health policy expert Dr. Barbara Gage of the Brookings Institution spoke with the Georgetown Public Policy Review about the results of her Medicare Post-Acute Care Payment Reform Demonstration.
David Stacy, the Government Affairs Director at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), speaks with the Georgetown Public Policy Review about how public opinion on same-sex marriage has shifted and how he is optimistic about a Supreme Court ruling.
Last fall, Dr. Kaushik Basu, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at the World Bank, spoke to the Georgetown Public Policy Review about market trends in the BRICS nations, the future of emerging economies, and the World Bank.
Eve Ensler, Tony Award winning playwright, performer, and activist, is the author of The Vagina Monologues and founder of V-Day, a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. She spoke with us about empowering women, campus sexual assault, and how to be a leader in social change and activism.
Richard C. Bush III, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and East Asia policy expert, spoke with the Georgetown Public Policy Review about Hong Kong’s democratic movement and its impact on US-China relations.
The shooting and death of unarmed African-American teen Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson have sparked racial tensions and a nationwide debate on police practices. Urban Institute’s Dr. Nancy LaVigne spoke to the Georgetown Public Policy Review about criminal justice reform in the aftermath of the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.
The recent US-China plan pledging to reduce carbon emissions marks a significant international commitment to address global climate change. The Georgetown Public Policy Review spoke with Administrator Gina McCarthy on the Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to tackle climate change at home.