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Posts from 2016

Bangladesh’s Night of Terror

by Sabhanaz Rashid Diya

Minutes before, the upscale restaurant had been brimming with life. “I was waiting for my food when they walked inside—young, barely a year or two older than me, wearing jeans and t-shirts. They looked like the other customers. Within minutes they pointed their weapons at us, killed the foreigners and … More

The Refugee Crisis at Our Doorstep

by Elsa Augustine

In the summer of 2014, thousands of Central Americans—mainly unaccompanied children and parents traveling with children from the Northern Triangle of El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala—crossed Mexico into the US. The arrivals made headlines as a humanitarian crisis. The United Nations desig… More

Alex Gelber at the Council of Economic Advisers

About 9 million Americans receive benefits from the federal disability insurance program known as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). The program is designed to provide financial support for those no longer able to work, due to a disability. One important question is whether people are reluctant to return… More

Submit GSPP Alumnus of the Year Nominations Today!

Members of the GSPP community, including alumni, faculty and staff, are invited to submit nominations for the GSPP Alumnus of the Year Award!     GSPP places great value in the many contributions our alumni make every day to making the world a better place.  This is GSPP's opportunity … More