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2021 Sine Summer Series Imagines a Better America Post-Covid

Experts from across the globe join series discussing health, education, governance and policy, and the culture that draws thousands of viewers
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The FBI’s Operation Trojan Shield: Infiltrating Criminal Groups through their Phones

The FBI just concluded a three year operation where they monitored criminal communications to disrupt activity.
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How Much Bipartisanship Takes Place in US Foreign Policymaking?

We spoke with SIS professor Jordan Tama and PhD student James Bryan to learn more about their research on bipartisanship in US foreign policy.
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What is Havana Syndrome?

This article explores the mysterious ailment known as Havana Syndrome that is affecting US officials in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Americas.
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SPA-hosted Journal Political Analysis Named Most Impactful in Field

SPA Professor and journal Editor Jeff Gill credits its selectivity and methodological focus
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Decoding Hate: Understanding the Far-Right Symbology of January 6

The January 6, 2021 Capitol Hill riot was also a violent exposition of American far-right symbology, decoding the symbols of the far-right will provide key insights into these group’s ideologies, compositions, and histories.
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FLARE: Lighting Their Legacies

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First Ladies Association for Research and Education (FLARE) Studies the Impact of First Ladies Over Time

National initiative, convened by SPA, studies the impact of first ladies over time.
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5 Reasons Why Biden’s Recognition of the Armenian Genocide Is Significant

SIS professor Hrach Gregorian discusses why US recognition of the Armenian genocide is important.
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AU’s Sine Institute Solves Problems at Intersection of Politics and Policy

Experts, scholars, and students search for solutions.
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The Power and Responsibility of Free Speech

Balancing competing ideas in today’s polarized society.
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