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In a new co-authored paper, Andrew Hayashi and Justin Hopkins argue for a proposed new tax credit for low and middle-income households.
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According to UVA’s Douglas Laycock the legal basis of Americans’ supposed right to a religious exemption to vaccination is less clear than such policies’ popularity would suggest.
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Professor emeritus and foreign affairs scholar Brantly Womack corrects common misconceptions about China’s geopolitical power and charts a course forward.
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A special investigative committee asked 35 companies to preserve the communications of hundreds of people potentially connected to the attack on the Capitol. A UVA legal expert weighs in on the situation and where it could lead.
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Three alumni of the University of Virginia School of Law made notable contributions as public servants after the 9/11 attacks.
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Myo Yan Naung Thein, who has spent decades trying to bring democracy to his home country, fled Myanmar in disguise after a military coup in February. Now he is at UVA, sharing his remarkable story with students.
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McIntire School of Commerce professor Chris Maurer found that many organizations aren’t taking necessary cybersecurity measures – though they know they should.
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Three UVA foreign policy experts discuss the regional and global implications of a Taliban-ruled Afghanistan and how the U.S. might redirect its foreign policy resources after a 20-year war.