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When it comes to climate change, it’s important for all of us to think in new ways. For example, can Listen to the podcast
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A bipartisan report  on the challenges and opportunities facing children in America stresses the need to rebalance national investments toward Listen to the podcast
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Ray Starling grew up on a hog and tobacco farm in rural North Carolina. He recalls working on the property Listen to the podcast
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For months, Russia has been building a huge military force near the Ukranian border -- close to 200,000 troops. Now,  Listen to the podcast
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COVID-19 has upended lives around the world. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you live, all of our Listen to the podcast
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Was January 6, 2020 the start of a slow-moving coup attempt in the US? In a new article in The Atlantic, Listen to the podcast
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Stephen Glass's story is legendary in certain circles -  he is one of the most famous liars in journalism. In Listen to the podcast
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Twelve Duke students had an exciting opportunity recently – they attended the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Listen to the podcast
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  Dr. Jim Young Kim is a physician and anthropologist who previously served as the President of the World Bank. Listen to the podcast
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Scholars, practitioners, advocates and students gathered recently at Duke University to examine the topic of redistricting. (That’s the process of Listen to the podcast
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There’s been tremendous political wrangling in the US recently about raising the debt ceiling (how much money we allow ourselves Listen to the podcast
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If you’ve ever opened the New York Times, it’s likely that you’ve read something by Frank Bruni. He worked at Listen to the podcast
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Duke University’s Cyber Policy program has a new report that shows data brokers are openly and explicitly advertising sensitive information Listen to the podcast
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Most Americans have no idea that there are elaborate pretend Iraqi and Afghan villages scattered around the United States – Listen to the podcast
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COVID-19 has ripped through nursing homes and long-term care facilities in the US. At its height, in North Carolina alone, Listen to the podcast
What does it take – as a woman – to build a business from the ground up? Are there special Listen to the podcast
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What role do corporations play in a functioning democracy? In each administration, the answers seem to change. The Trump administration Listen to the podcast
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Polarization is one of contemporary society's most vexing issues. Many of us lean left, many of us lean right, and Listen to the podcast
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Sometimes we know exactly what the consequences of a policy will be, and sometimes we don’t. In this episode, we’ll Listen to the podcast
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In 1801, the inventor Eli Whitney demonstrated his newest innovation for top military brass, along with US President John Adams Listen to the podcast
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As Elizabeth Warren memorably wrote, “It is impossible to buy a toaster that has a one-in-five chance of bursting into Listen to the podcast
Americans constantly make choices about products and services - from buying a new pair of running shoes to figuring out Listen to the podcast
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On Jan. 27, 2021, the Acting Secretary of Homeland Security issued a first-ever National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin based Listen to the podcast
When Professor Anne-Maria Makhulu returned to South Africa to start her research in the late 1990s, the South African Truth Listen to the podcast
The end of the Cold War is often considered a bit of a geopolitical anomaly. In 1980 the increasing antagonistic Listen to the podcast
In a special episode, Policy 360 joins a panel of Duke University experts for a debrief the day after election Listen to the podcast
Elections are the bedrock of our democracy, but for so many of us the process around the ballot box, is Listen to the podcast
Since graduating from Sanford in 2015, Emily Feng has travelled all over China as a foreign correspondent covering topics ranging Listen to the podcast
In the past few elections cycles North Carolina has been at the center of discussions around race-based voter suppression, most Listen to the podcast
Thomas J. Tierney is an expert in smart philanthropy and co-founder of the Bridgespan Group which provides management consulting to Listen to the podcast