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Professor Mark Nevitt in Just Security: Reforming the Insurrection Act

Wednesday 10/21/2020

This essay concerns the Insurrection Act, and my second essay will address the Posse Comitatus Act, Section 502(f) of Title 32 of the U.S. Code, and military operations in the nation’s capital ...

Mark P. Nevitt

Professor Nina Kohn in The Hill: When It Comes to Healthy Aging—Location, Location, Location

Monday 10/19/2020

Location matters because it determines access to health-enhancing resources and exposure to health hazards. Racially discriminatory zoning and housing market practices have led to communities of color having higher concentrations of health hazards and reduced access to health-enhancing resources, such as greenspaces, accessible health care providers and healthy food ...

Nina Kohn

Professor Corri Zoli Joins HDIAC Podcast to Discuss Culture and Civil-Military Relations

Monday 10/19/2020

This podcast is the first in a multi-part series discussing the impact of culture in the context of civil-military relations. In this episode, Dr. Corri Zoli and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs’ Dr. Robert Rubinstein explore definitions of culture and discuss how different organizational cultures have led the U.S. military and humanitarian groups to pursue divergent on-the-ground security strategies in conflict zones.

Corri Zoli

Professor Nina Kohn in WaPo: Coronavirus Might Keep Nursing Homes Residents from Voting

Wednesday 10/14/2020

It has been a brutal year for residents of nursing homes. More than 40 percent of coronavirus deaths are associated with long-term care facilities. Forced isolation, including bans on family visits, has led to a secondary epidemic of loneliness and neglect. Now, nursing home residents face yet another indignity: the prospect that they will be unable to vote in the presidential election ...

Nina Kohn

Professor Mark Nevitt: Climate Change, Arctic Security, & Why the US Should Join UNCLOS

Thursday 10/1/2020

Climate change is transforming the Arctic in new and dramatic ways. According to the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the Arctic is warming two to three times the rate of the rest of the planet ...

Mark P. Nevitt

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