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Elite Cues or Social Cues? The Formation of Public Opinion on Foreign Policy // Joshua D. Kertzer

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Veganism: An Elegant Solution to a Host of Global Problems? // Graduate Student Associate Nina Gheihman


David Armitage // Civil Wars: A History in Ideas // Penguin Random House

Edited by Marie Curie Fellow Lorenza Fontana, et al. // Demanding Justice in the Global South: Claiming Rights // Palgrave Macmillan

Edited by Matthew Bunn, et al. // Insider Threats // Cornell University Press


Dani Rodrik, et al. // The Recent Growth Boom in Developing Economies: A Structural-Change Perspective // Working Paper

Bart Bonikowski, et al. // Multiple Traditions in Populism Research: Toward a Theoretical Synthesis // APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter

Dani Rodrik // Is Global Equality the Enemy of National Equality? // Working Paper

Muhammet A. Bas, et al. // A Dynamic Theory of Nuclear Proliferation and Preventive War // International Organization

Alastair Iain Johnston // Is Chinese Nationalism Rising? Evidence from Beijing // International Security

Nathan Nunn, et al. // Migrants and the Making of America: The Short- and Long-Run Effects of Migration During the Age of Mass Migration // Working Paper


Calestous Juma // The Tiny Digital Camera on Every Smartphone Has Had a Real Impact on African Lives // Quartz

Dani Rodrik // Global Citizens, National Shirkers // Project Syndicate

Jeffry Frieden // A Walk Through an Open World Economy in Crisis // Brink

Stephen M. Walt // Five Ways Donald Trump is Wrong about Islam // Foreign Policy

Karl Kaiser // Demolition Companies Trump [in German] // Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft


Pippa Norris // A Populist Revolt? The Transformation of the World Order in the Trump Era // Carnegie Corporation of New York; TIME

R. Nicholas Burns // Perspectives on the Trump Executive Order on Immigration // Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

Dani Rodrik, Theda Skocpol, Daniel Ziblatt, Bart Bonikowski // Trump, Brexit and the Future of Nationalist Populism in the US and Europe // Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies

Fernando Reimers // EdTalk - Empowering Students for Global Stewardship // Global Education & Skills Forum

Mary C. Waters // Integrating Immigrants with Mary C. Waters and John Skrentny // University of California Television

R. Nicholas Burns // Harvard's Burns Sees Mixed U.S. Messages for Europe // Bloomberg

Kathryn Sikkink // Reason for Hope // Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast


Dani Rodrik // Why Latin America and Africa Struggle to Grow // Bloomberg View

Pippa Norris // Europe Is Starkly Divided over Whether Democracy Is Working // The Washington Post

Stephen M. Walt, R. Nicholas Burns // What's Next? // Harvard Kennedy School Magazine

Fernando Reimers // Fernando Reimers on International Education: Global Comparative Education Analysis and Study to Advance Development, Collaboration, and Effective Teaching and Learning // Harvard International Review

William C. Clark, Elizabeth M. Wolkovich, Robert Paarlberg, WCFIA Graduate Student Nina Gheihman, WCFIA Executive Director Ted Gilman // Focus on the Future of Food // Harvard Gazette

Michèle Lamont, Bart Bonikowski, Grzegorz Ekiert // In Europe, Nationalism Rising // Harvard Gazette

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