Jessaca Leinaweaver, Director of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, in US News "Baby box programs purport to protect children by allowing them to be safely abandoned to the care of the government."
Cathy Lutz, international studies professor in Pacific Standard, "There's another logic behind the call for more war—at least, when it comes to certain corporate interests: For many companies that have, for years, been cashing giant checks from the Pentagon's trillion dollar war budget, there are still an extraordinary number of dollars to be made."
Senior Fellow Tim Edgar wrote an op-ed about the implications of Edward Snowden's decision to disclose National Security Agency practices and why any reforms of the NSA's surveillance programs must protect the privacy of all people around the world, not just those of American nationality.
As Texans worry about the potential health effects from the flooded plant that led to a massive fire, political scientist Jeff Colgan wrote in his most recent op-ed that this type of incident is called a 'knock-on' effect of climate change and that political fights are likely to ensue over whose responsible for other 'knock-on' effects as the climate continues to warm.
Postdoc Fellow Narges Bajoghli in Al Monitor, "During both the February 2016 parliamentary elections as well as the city and village council elections of May 2017, women won an unprecedented number of seats.
In an op-ed published Thursday, political scientist Rose McDermott reassured that the skills students learn in the social sciences and the humanities will be even more essential as we head into a technological world.
This piece cites an article by Marc J. Dunkelman, a fellow in international and public affairs, where he explained why New Jersey didn't become the "metropolis of the world” in the way that New York eventually did.
If you're looking to expand your linguistic horizons while simultaneously setting yourself up for professional success, there's one language that vastly outpaces the rest in terms of its utility according to Brown economist Emily Oster.