Get to know Christopher Smart, Spring 2016 Resident Fellow at the IOP. Christopher previously served as special assistant to the President and brings to the IOP his expertise in how international politics and economics shapes the national and global agenda.
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Step-by-step instructions to register to vote in the Massachusetts Presidential Primary of March 1.
Harvard Law School Professor Randall Kennedy's 3 things for students to know about racial justice and political correctness in today's society.
This Fall, one group from IOP's Policy Program researched economic inequality in the US and a proposed bill in the Massachusetts State House that would tax corporations paying their CEOs more than 100 times what they pay their average workers.
Get to know the IOP's Women's Initiative in Leadership (WIL) group and their initiatives to help improve gender equity on Harvard's campus.
Introducing the 2016 Spring IOP Resident and Visiting Fellows. The 2016 Fellows are a dynamic group of leaders reflecting the powerful impact political engagement can have both inside and outside government, said IOP Director Maggie Williams.
Ambassador Swanee Hunt takes the stage of the JFK Jr. Forum to moderate a discussion on "Inclusive Security: Standing Up To Violence." We spoke to Hunt about the necessity of including women in peace discussions, and what the U.S. Congress could stand to learn from legislatures around the world.
Ask Me (Almost) Anything: IOP Pollster John Della Volpe led the IOP’s inaugural reddit AMA about the poll to answer questions about millennials and 2016.
Legendary anchorman Bob Schieffer sat down with Harvard College students to tell stories from his decades of interacting with U.S. presidents and discuss why journalism isn't dead.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter addressed the global fight to defeat ISIS in the JFK Jr. Forum on December 1. Take a deeper look at global security issues around the world.