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Collins, Paul. 2022. "Should Breyer's Supreme Court replacement have a term limit?" Salon. January 31. 

Collins, Paul. 2022. "The moderate, pragmatic legacy of Stephen BreyerThe Conversation. January 27. 

Collins, Paul. 2022. "Stephen Breyer is set to retire – should his replacement on the Supreme Court have a term limit?The Conversation. January 26. 

Misra, Joya. 2021. "US families with kids are getting monthly payments from the government: 4 essential reads". The Conversation. July 15.  

Collins, Paul. 2020. "How conservative groups will advance their agendas before a Supreme Court with Amy Coney Barrett." The Conversation. October 19. 

Collins, Paul, and Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha. 2020. "Trump Attacked the Supreme Court Again. Here Are 4 Things to Know.The Washington Post. February 27.

Rowen, Jamie. 2020. "8 Ways Veterans Are Particularly At Risk From The Coronavirus Pandemic." The Conversation." April 16.

Schmidt, Elizabeth. 2020. "Can Capitalism Solve Capitalism's Problems?The Conversation. January 22.

Smith-Doerr, Laurel. 2020. "Hidden Injustice and Anti-Science.Engaging Science, Technology, and Society. 

Basu, Deepankar. 2019. "How to Tackle India's Current Deceleration." Hindustan Times. November 10.

Collins, Paul and Lori A. Ringhand. 2018. "Interruptions at Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Have Been Rising Since the 1980s.The Conversation. October 4.

Kang, Miliann, and Arum Yoon. 2018. "Activists Call For End to Abortion Ban." The Korea Times. July 18.

Kang, Miliann. 2018. "Jeju Uprising Anniversary Can Shape Response to Yemeni Refugees.The Korea Times. July 2.

Tropp, Linda, and Dina G. Okamoto. 2018. "Why a US Government Agency Deleted the Words 'Nation of Immigrants'.The Guardian. March 2.

Basu, Deepankar, and Ramaa Vasudevan. 2016. “Demonetisation Paradox: Lack of Popular Opposition to a Move That Has Caused Widespread Havoc.” The Wire. December 16.

Haas, Peter. 2016. “Expert Support for Implementing Sustainable Development Goals.” Rising Powers in Global Governance. November 19.

Collins, Paul, and Lori Ringhand. 2016. “What Two Legal Scholars Learned From Studying 70 Years of Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings.” The Conversation. March 21.

Kang, Miliann. 2015. “Deportations Punish Children Most.” The Conversation, November 13, republished as “Record Deportations are Leaving Children Behind.” Newsweek. November 22.

Gubrium, Aline and Elizabeth Krause. 2015. “Senate’s Proposed 2016 Budget Turns a Deaf Ear on the Needs of Young Families.” Huffington Post. April 24.

Collins, Paul and Lori Ringhand. 2015. “The Top Five Supreme Court Nomination Myths.” Slate. March 24

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