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Gueorguiev comments on US-China trade talks, Huawei in Wash Examiner
Maxwell announces new faculty members, department chair
The academic year begins at the Maxwell School with the arrival of twelve new faculty members. In addition, Tom Perreault, professor of geography, is the new chair of the Department of Geography.
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