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FELLOWS and INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
The Arpaio Decision: When the World Is Extraordinary But the Law is Ordinary

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on the federal judge in Joe Arpaio's case deciding to keep his guilty conviction on the books.


EDUCATION POLICY
The Wrong Way to Help Principals

Melissa Tooley wrote for U.S. News & World Report about how rolling back federal regulations won't help to relieve overburdened principals.


EDUCATION POLICY
There’s a Stigma Around Men Teaching Young Kids. Here’s How We Change It.

Aaron Loewenberg wrote for Slate about the stigma around men teaching young children.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Responsibility and the Encryption Debate: A Response to DAG Rosenstein

Robyn Greene wrote about the importance of setting the record straight on DAG Rosenstein’s many legal arguments against encryption.


FELLOWS and INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
New Suit Filed in Virginia to Prevent Another “Charlottesville” Paramilitary Rally

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on the lawsuit he filed to prevent the kind of violence that occurred in Charlottesville in August.


BETTER LIFE LAB
Four Fixes to End the Gender Pay Gap That Might Actually Work.

Haley Swenson writes for the Better Life Lab blog on Slate about four ways to fix the gender pay gap.


BETTER LIFE LAB
There’s No Excuse for All-Male Panels. Here’s How to Fix Them.

Brigid Schulte writes for the Better Life Lab Blog on Slate about diversifying all-male panels.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Seeing So Much of The Present Through Watergate Makes It Harder to See The Future

Peter Scoblic wrote the for the Washington Post to warn against overly relying on comparing Watergate with the Trump-Russia investigation


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Blade Runner and the Power of Sci-Fi World-Building

If we look closer at the world-building techniques underlying movies’ possible futures, they may even help us redesign our own futures.


FELLOWS
Russian operatives send Idaho town into a fake news tailspin

Katie Engelhart produced and reported a short documentary for NBC Left Field on the impact of a fake anti-immigration Facebook campaign.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
Unintentional Noncompliance and the Need for Section 702 Reform

OTI's recent study demonstrates that there have been numerous unintentional violations of Section 702 program rules.


FAMILY-CENTERED SOCIAL POLICY
How the Equifax Hack Could Hurt Anyone Applying for a Job

Barbara Kiviat wrote for the Atlantic on how the Equifax hack could hurt people looking for jobs.