Q&A

Jul 21 2015
By Public Affairs

The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs faculty generates research upon which sound public policy is based. This makes for a thriving academic community, and also shapes dialogue in the classroom and among active graduate students. Thoughtful and analytic conversation and debate is essential to the fabric of the program, as well as a successful career in public policy.

The series chronicles the real-time reactions to current events from School experts. This month's perspectives included:

Iran Nuclear Deal

What's Next for Greece?

Supreme Court Upholds Affordable Care Act Subsidies

How to Fight MERS

The Freedom Act Passed. Now What?

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