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Wednesday, May 5, 2021
This paper explores the potential of abolishing school resource officers (SROs), their history in education, and their role in exacerbating the effects of the school-to-prison pipeline and racial injustice. In the midst of calls to defund the police, policies to abolish police in schools are a vital first step. This paper argues that there is an...
Thursday, Aug 26, 2021
by Lynne Guey
We need to think beyond STEM education.
Thursday, Aug 26, 2021
by Merlin Boone
The U.S. government must reorganize its influence operations apparatus and reshape the strategic nature of American influence abroad.
Thursday, Aug 26, 2021
by Samantha Libraty
A Conversation with Yayoi Segi-Vltchek, UNESCO Chief of Section for Migration, Displacement, Emergencies and Education.
Wednesday, Jun 23, 2021
by Galen Hunt
U.S. development aid to Central America in many ways seeks to undo damage done by other wings of the U.S. government. Ultimately, any development strategy for Central America must place the experiences of Central American farmers at its center to be successful.
Wednesday, Jun 23, 2021
by Suzi Ragheb
If your political power relies on your ability to confuse voters, then you're running on borrowed time.
Wednesday, Jun 23, 2021
by Matt Kertman
As the International Development community lurches toward decolonization, organizations should begin by modernizing their written communication.
Wednesday, May 5, 2021

The publication of the 31st edition of the Journal of Public and International Affairs comes at a time of tremendous change, uncertainty, and disruption. The Covid-19 pandemic has upended many of our lives, shuttered businesses, and will have a lasting impact on the global economy. The importance of public policy in managing the crisis and...

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
by Soomin Jun
Since 2005, Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia, has become infamous for being one of the most polluted cities in the world. In response to growing public concerns over air pollution, on May 15, 2019, the Government of Mongolia (GoM) implemented a ban on raw coal – a type of fuel that poor citizens in the city use to survive harsh winters in...
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
by Asha Asokan
One in five children lives in a country affected by conflict. Despite concerted international and national efforts to protect children, these 415 million children face grave human rights violations that continue to rise. More political will and resources are needed from governments and parties to the conflict to prevent such violence against...

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