Fine Lines: Partisan Gerrymandering and the Two Party State
By disenfranchising moderate voters, gerrymandering has hindered centrist third parties. But an upcoming Supreme Court case and new re-districting methods offer hope for reform.
Lexi Mealey | August 15, 2017
Space Standoff: Uncertainty in Militarized Space
Space technology is a mission-critical asset to a modern military force where precedence and collaboration between rivals is scant.
Elton Lossner | August 13, 2017
The Rise of Income Segregation in Post-Recession America
Residential income segregation perpetuates income inequality. And it’s on the rise in the United States.
Daniel Friedman | August 9, 2017
Beyond Borders: Native Peoples and National Boundaries in the Age of the Wall
While the Tohono O'odham Nation searches for a solution to crime along the border, it also seeks to secure something the proposed border wall can't promise: tribal sovereignty.
Meena Venkataramanan | August 7, 2017
The Changing Face of Greece’s Refugee Problem
The flow of refugees across the Aegean has dwindled, but confusion and frustration persist among the thousands stuck in Greece.
Gal Koplewitz | August 4, 2017
HPR editors recount experiences and reflect on learnings from the Harvard College Israel Trek