This piece, first published on May 5, 2015, is being republished as part of the Chicago Policy Review’s 20th Anniversary Series. Please visit us here to...
Philadelphia’s Director of Sustainability, Katherine Gajewski, reflects on the rising tide of local government collaboration to address climate change in the face of gridlock at the federal and state levels.
Robert Pape, Director of the Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism and University of Chicago political scientist, dispels myths about ISIS and suicide terrorism and discusses the potential power of grassroots efforts to influence foreign policy.
Professor William Howell explores the reasons presidential libraries are important and the academic value of having the Obama Library near the University of Chicago.
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