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Professor Nichols discusses reforming nuclear strategy and reducing stockpiles.
Jocelyne Cesari discusses how misunderstandings of Islam are crippling international relations.
Extension students, led by instructor Shawn Ramirez, take in the sights and sounds of our nation’s capital.
Political signs, long lines, and “I Voted” stickers on jackets. All the telltale signs of an election.
Many of us will never debate on TV, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t lessons to learn from the debates.
A Harvard Extension and Middle East scholar writes that the Syrian conflict is not about democracy.
National security instructor Joan Johnson-Freese shares her take on the October 16 debate.
We corralled some Extension School instructors to live tweet the second presidential debate.
Does marketing a candidate differ greatly from marketing a product? A marketing instructor finds similarities.
Health care reform, Obamacare, call it what you may, but the Affordable Health Care Act will learn its fate.
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