Child and Family Policy, Health, International

U.S. Cuts to Foreign Aid Exacerbate Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis

By Parnian Abunasr-Shiraz — Over the last six years, the Yemeni people have endured a conflict that threatens millions of lives, leaving the population grappling with extreme conditions and in need of humanitarian assistance. The cutting of U.S. foreign aid to Yemen, a country already experiencing the world’s largest humanitarian crisis, further aggravates the food insecurity that has left millions of Yemenis on the brink of starvation.

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Housing, Social Policy

Rebuilding the American Community

by Sam Pence, MPA ’22 Over the last half-century, the fabric of American communities has slowly frayed. Buffeted by powerful demographic and cultural forces, today’s America faces historic depression and suicide rates, more people living alone than ever before, and a majority of young people citing no attachment to their neighborhoods. To make matters worse, […]

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