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By Chloe Nguyen ’24. Foreign policy has been likened to a game of chess: one in which major geopolitical actors anticipate each other’s’ moves and strategize accordingly.
By James Gao ’24. Gary Gensler, the current chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), recently joined Polis’s Distinguished Fellow Ambassador Miriam Sapiro to discuss his tenure heading one of America’s biggest regulatory agencies.
By Chloe Nguyen ’24, Polis Director’s Fellow This was the question American pollster and political strategist Joel Benenson attempted to …
By Violet Wang ’24. On Feb. 24, Polis Distinguished Fellow Ambassador Miriam Sapiro joined Sen. Tim Kaine to discuss his experience working in public service as a mayor, governor and vice presidential candidate. The event, organized by Polis: The Center for Politics, also covered current domestic and international challenges facing the United States.
By Jackie Ogburn. The day the Russian military launched an invasion into Ukraine, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) points to internal divisions within the U.S. as the biggest threat to national security, closely followed by the global struggles between authoritarian and democratic countries.
By James Cruikshank. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan spoke with Duke students about the Biden administration’s current national security challenges and priorities for the year over Zoom Thursday evening.
Miriam Sapiro has been chosen as the inaugural Polis Distinguished Fellow at Sanford’s School of Public Policy at Duke University. Ambassador Sapiro brings to Duke a wealth of experience as a senior government official and business leader. She has led teams at the White House and the State Department to tackle foreign policy, national security and economic challenges around the world.