A New Draft for America? A Service Year by Young Americans Would Protect America and Maybe Heal It Along the Way
February 25, 2024
by- Wayne Pak
The idea of a service year for young Americans has been floated around for decades but with no substantive action. A definitive first step to push young Americans in a year of service starts with encouraging colleges to require them before matriculation or to weigh the experience heavily in admissions decisions.
Interview with David Beasley, Former Executive Director of the World Food Programme
February 20, 2024
by- Ala’a Kolkaila
On February 6, 2024, HKS Student Policy Review Senior Editor Ala'a Kolkaila spoke with David Beasley, the former Executive Director of the World Food Programme (WFP). The conversation focused mainly on food security and Beasley's time at the WFP.
From the Margins: How Gender and Kitchens Got Sidetracked in the Energy Debate
February 09, 2024
by- Ridhi Aggarwal
Disproportionately affecting women, lack of access to clean fuels for cooking leads to 3.7 million untimely deaths annually from household air pollution.