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FROM THE BLOG

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New Weatherhead Center Initiative on Afro-Latin American Studies Awarded // Alejandro de la Fuente, Doris Sommer, Davíd Carrasco 

The Upside of Nationalism: Politics for the Common Good in India // Prerna Singh

NEW BOOKS

Michael McElroy // Energy and Climate: Vision for the Future // Oxford University Press

Edited by Steven Levitsky, Jorge I. Domínguez, et al. // Challenges of Party-Building in Latin America // Cambridge University Press

Charles S. Maier // Once Within Borders // Harvard University Press 

JOURNALS & WORKING PAPERS

Rema Hanna, et al. // The Devil Is in the Details: The Successes and Limitations of Bureaucratic Reform in India // Journal of Development Economics

Rohini Pande, et al. // Research and Impacts of Digital Financial Services // The National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper

Mary C. Brinton, et al. // Gender-Role Ideology, Labor Market Institutions, and Post-Industrial Fertility // Population and Development Review

OPINION

Calestous Juma // Africa’s Regulators are Smothering Its Innovators // Quartz Africa

Stephen Walt // Why Are We So Sure Hillary Will Be a Hawk? // ForeignPolicy

Joseph S. Nye, Jr. // Putting the Populist Revolt in Its Place // Project Syndicate

Noah Feldman // Legal Case for Brexit Is Surprisingly European // Bloomberg View

Harvard Academy Scholar Lina Britto // Generation War // North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA)

Former Undergraduate Associate Julian Baird Gewirtz // The Cruise That Changed China: What Zhao Could Teach Xi // Foreign Affairs

AUDIO & VIDEO

Calestous Juma // Why Does Africa Import So Much Chicken? // BBC World Service, Focus on Africa

R. Nicholas Burns // Syria Pushes US-Russia Relations to a New Low // KCRW 

Former Academy Scholar Timothy Nunan // Eurasian Enigma: Conflict and Ideology in Cold War Afghanistan // Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies Podcast 

Samuel Moyn // How Warfare Became Both More Humane and Harder to End // Lawfare Blog Podcast

Matthew Bunn // The Belfer Center—Preventing Nuclear Terrorism // On Think Tanks TV

Joseph S. Nye, Jr. // Harvard's Nye: This Is Not the End of Globalization // Bloomberg Video

Michèle Lamont // Author's Talk on Getting Respect // Hutchins Center for African and African American Research

QUOTED

Stephen Walt // Harvard Prof. Reframes US Foreign Policy // The Heights

Sven Beckert and Sheila Jasanoff // In Germany, Learning While Seeing // The Gazette

Kenneth Rogoff // Imagining a Cashless World // The New Yorker 

Michèle Lamont // Confronting the Refugee Crisis // Harvard Gazette

Ricardo Hausmann // Wary of a Backlash, US Weighs Options to Answer Venezuela Crisis // Foreign Policy

R. Nicholas Burns // Three Major Foreign Policy Challenges Facing the Next US President // Journal of Accountancy 

Calestous Juma // Who Are the Enemies of Innovation, and How Do We Get Them on Board? // AEIdeas: A Public Policy Blog from AEI 

Natasha Warikoo // The Problem With How Higher Education Treats Diversity // The Atlantic

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