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Taylor Discusses Putin, Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine with BBC News Brazil, Washington Post, WETM

February 25, 2022
Professor Brian Taylor talks to BBC News Brazil, the Washington Post and WETM about Putin and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Lasch-Quinn Discusses History of DC Settlement Houses in Washington Post Article

February 22, 2022
Professor Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn was quoted in the Washington Post article, "In 1902, a remarkable and charitable house opened in a part of Southwest D.C. known as Bloodfield." 

Taylor Talks to Washington Post, Radio Free Europe, WSYR About Putin, Russia-Ukraine Crisis

February 21, 2022
Professor Brian Taylor discusses Putin and the Russia-Ukraine crisis with Radio Free Europe, the Washington Post and WSYR.

In the Washington Post, Griffiths Discusses Secessionist Movements

January 3, 2022
In the Washington Post article, “Secession might seem like the lesser of two evils. It’s also the less likely,” Ryan Griffiths, associate professor of political science, says, “In the long run, there will be another secessionist movement in the United States. It will just happen. No country is permanent. It will change. It will break apart in some way.”

Jackson Reflects on Bell Hooks' Legacy in Washington Post

December 19, 2021
Jenn Jackson, assistant professor of political science, reflects on bell hooks’ legacy in the Washington Post's The Lily article, "Black women share what bell hooks taught them about feminism."

Gueorguiev Discusses China, Climate Efforts in Washington Post

November 12, 2021
"The U.S. and China agreed to work together on climate action. What would push this cooperation forward?," authored by Associate Professor of Political Science Dimitar Gueorguiev, was published in the Washington Post.

Elizabeth Cohen Piece on Immigration Reform Published in Washington Post

September 30, 2021
In the article, Cohen, professor of political science, discusses the history of immigration reform and how the U.S. can move forward, in particular, by updating the Registry Act.

Jacobson speaks with HuffPost, VOA, Washington Post about evacuations in Afghanistan

September 3, 2021
Maxwell's Assistant Dean of Washington Programs Mark Jacobson discusses the failures of the evacuations from Afghanistan with HuffPost, Voice of America and the Washington Post.

Keck discusses Supreme Court reform, crises of democracy in Washington Post

April 13, 2021
"Throughout U.S. history, crises of democracy have prompted discussions of Supreme Court reform because the court itself has often been perceived as a barrier to democratic preservation and renewal," writes Thomas Keck, Michael O. Sawyer Chair of Constitutional Law and Politics. 

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