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FELLOWS
Why the First Amendment Constrains Trump’s Use of Twitter

Joshua Geltzer co-wrote for Just Security on why the First Amendment can constraint President Trump's use of Twitter.


EDUCATION POLICY
This Is What the GOP Tax Plan Means for Higher Education

Kim Dancy wrote for CNN about what the GOP tax bill means for higher education.


POLITICAL REFORM
The Real Things Team Trump Is Trying to Accomplish in Asia

Heather Hurlburt wrote about to look for during Trump's trip to Asia for New York Magazine.


FELLOWS and INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
For Quick and Strong Justice, Look to the Courts—Not Guantanamo

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on why transferring Sayfullo Saipov to Guantánamo is a bad idea.


FELLOWS and INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Terror in NYC: The Real Test Comes Tomorrow, Not Today

Josh Geltzer wrote for Just Security on the importance of U.S. leaders' response in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in NYC on Oct. 31.


FELLOWS
Why Would the Kremlin Be Interested in George Papadopoulos?

Joshua Yaffa wrote for the New Yorker trying to answer the question of why the Kremlin would be interested in George Papadopoulos


FELLOWS
Inside Sputnik, a Viral Internet Machine Funded by Russia

Katie Engelhart reported on the Washington DC headquarters of Sputnik: the Russian government-funded news agency for NBC Left Field.


EDUCATION POLICY
The Crisis Facing America’s Preschool Teachers

Mary Alice McCarthy wrote for the Atlantic about professionalizing the early-childhood workforce with the help of apprenticeship programs.


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.


FELLOWS
Chelsea Manning on Life After Prison

National Fellow Larissa MacFarquhar interviewed Chelsea Manning at the 2017 New York Festival for WNYC New York.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
Building our Technology Policy Future

Alan Davidson published a piece about building the field of public interest technology.


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.