Policy in Practice

Tick Tock: Three Minutes to Midnight, and Time to Act on Climate Change and Nuclear Weapons

An interview with Dr. Kennette Benedict of the Atomic Bulletin of Scientists about the recent Doomsday Clock announcement, nuclear weapons, climate change, and why now is the time for real leadership and action.

The Truth about Gitmo: A Conversation with Lowell Sachnoff

Full length interview with distinguished attorney Lowell Sachnoff on his work representing Guantanamo Bay detainees, what it will take to fulfill President Obama’s promise to close Gitmo, and an admonition to avoid repeating the sins of the past.

Housing ‘On The House’: The Common Good Problem in French Social Housing

Seven years after France established housing as a right that people can legally demand from the state, a housing crisis persists. Sociologist Levy-Vroelant argues that the root of the problem is the absence of a national consensus on housing as a collective value.

EUROPOL’s Master Keystroke: The architecture of cyber superiority in a crime-free EU

Europe’s top electronic lawman discusses how the cyber domain will be policed – and won.

Chicago’s Changing Financial Landscape: An Interview with the City’s CFO, Lois Scott

Chicago’s CFO talks about how the City can surmount its long-term fiscal challenges, generational changes in attitudes among investors, and the evolving role of bond ratings.

Funding the Future: A Conversation with Glen Lee, Finance Director of Seattle

Glen Lee, Seattle’s Director of Finance, talks about responsible building, the future of technology, and what it takes to keep maintain strong bonds.

A city with soul: Director of Finance Brian Collins addresses the future of Memphis

Brian Collins, Director of Finance for the City of Memphis, talks about his city’s determination in the face of financial and socio-economic adversity.

Financial Future of Cities Series: Editor’s Note

The Chicago Policy Review is pleased to present a three-part series on the financial future of cities. This series is...

The New Face of Human Capital: An Interview with Emile Cambry Jr. of BLUE1647

Emile Cambry Jr., founder of BLUE1647, discusses his revolutionary, community-based approach to workforce development in the digital age.

Howard Wolfson on post-9/11 Privacy and Security in Urban America

Political strategist and former New York City Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson discusses how terrorism, technology, and crime have impacted views on privacy and security.

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