Policy in Practice

Crisis at Europe’s Doorstep: A Conversation with Eugenio Ambrosi about Refugees, Migration, and the European Response

As Europe’s migration crisis continues to unfold, there is a need to unpack larger questions surrounding migration policy, European values, and capacity to manage the current flow of both refugees and migrants seeking asylum in the continent.

Talking Peruvian Development with Miguel Castilla, Peru’s Former Minister of Economy and Finance

Considering Peruvian aggregate figures, we can see high GDP growth rates and exports, as well as significant poverty reduction during...

Americans (still) don’t understand the Middle East. This man wants to help.

CPR sits down with Dr. Mordechai Kedar, an Israeli academic and veteran of IDF intelligence, to discuss the causes of conflict in the Middle East and what might resolve them.

All Business: Wanxiang America’s Pin Ni Discusses the New US-China Relationship

Wanxiang America President Pin Ni shares his insights as a businessman and practitioner on the US-China relationship.

The Complex Story of GMOs, Told from the DuPont Perspective

An interview with DuPont’s Doyle Karr (Director of Biotechnology Public Policy) and Jacque Matsen (Public Affairs Manager) delves into the corporate perspective on GMOs—the pros, the cons, the regulation, and the industry.

Changing Parental Behavior One Nudge at a Time

University of Chicago Developmental Psychologist Ariel Kalil discusses the use of behavioral economics in parenting interventions, research on preschool, and challenges in the field of early childhood education.

A Window of Opportunity: Yasmina Vinci Discusses the Past 50 Years of Head Start

Yasmina Vinci, Executive Director of the National Head Start Association, discusses the past, present, and future of the organization, including challenges and opportunities for growth.

Philadelphia’s Sustainability Director on the Changing Climate for Climate Leadership

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.

Terrorism Blown out of Proportion? Daniel Benjamin assesses the threat

Daniel Benjamin, former advisor to both President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton on counterterrorism discusses progress in counterterrorism efforts and the changing nature of terrorist threats, from major networks like al Qaeda to “self-starter” terrorists today

Back to the Future: A Duke historian’s take on modern terrorism

Duke University professor Dr. Martin Miller discusses important historical trends in terrorism, root causes, and how we should think about breaking the cycle.

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