A roundup of press clips
Press Clips: Sept. 8-21, 2018
School of Global Policy & Strategy
Researchers Develop Biometric Tool for Newborn Fingerprinting
Sept. 12, 2018, cited in UC San Diego Health
Jacob Shapiro on Modern, ‘Small’ Warfare
Sept. 18, 2018, cited in Princeton Alumni Weekly
'Air pollution killing more Ghanaians than AIDS, malaria combined'
Sept. 9, 2018, cited in Ghana News Agency
Rafael Fernández de Castro
Sept. 21, 2018, authored opinion in El Financiero (Spanish)
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says North Korea denuclearisation to be completed by early 2021
Sept. 20, 2018, quoted in South China Morning Post
Trump Didn’t Break the Constitution
Sept. 14, 2018, cited in National Review
UC San Diego researchers unveil non-touch optical technology for infant fingerprinting
Sept. 13, 2018, quoted on Biometric Update
Is Cash Better for Poor People Than Conventional Foreign Aid?
Sept. 11, 2018, cited in The New York Times
The small study in Rwanda that could change the way the US does foreign aid
Sept. 13, 2018, cited in Vox
Researchers tested conventional foreign aid against cash in Rwanda. Cash won.
Sept. 13, 2018, cited in Quartz
China, US may tide over conflict in long run
Sept. 5, 2018, cited in Global Times
Study: Adding power choices reduces cost and risk of carbon-free electricity
Sept. 6, 2018, quoted in MIT News
Global climate fight comes to California with new resolve after US pullout
Sept. 8, 2018, cited in WRAL.com
Around the halls: Climate experts explain what to watch at this week’s Global Climate Action Summit
Sept. 10, 2018, authored in Brookings Institution
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