Health Care

More than a pink ribbon

Breast cancer awareness and prevention are important, but patients' mental health needs deserve equal attention. MORE...

Global Economy

Manufacturing’s “branding” crisis

Millennials could save U.S. manufacturing from a severe looming talent shortage – but they need to get interested first. MORE...

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Rewriting the rules of African trade — Q&A with Katrin Kuhlmann

As optimism about Africa’s economic future grows, a Georgetown law professor is working with local businesses to ensure they can enjoy the benefits of expanding regional and international trade. MORE...

Politics and Government

What voters want: Honesty or intelligence?

Partisanship determines preferences in what voters look for in a president. MORE...


The death of “reinventing government”?

New research says "dismantlers" now have the upper hand. MORE...

“The little agency that could” – OPIC’s outsized role in foreign development

This often-overlooked agency leads U.S. development efforts overseas – while making a profit for taxpayers. Ben Leo of the Center for Global Development says Congress should let it do even more. MORE...

Don’t let states make a mess of drone laws

Delays in federal rulemaking and a patchwork of state laws could stifle the nascent drone industry. MORE...