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FROM THE BLOG

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New Initiative on Climate Engineering Awarded // David Keith

Cross-Cultural Responses to Discrimination: A Q&A with Michèle Lamont // Michèle Lamont

NEW BOOKS

Edited by Sven Beckert, et al. // Slavery's Capitalism: A New History of American Economic Development // University of Pennsylvania Press

Ann Forsyth, et al. // China's Urban Communities: Concepts, Contexts, and Well-Being // De Gruyter 2 Send a test email

Michèle Lamont, et al. // Getting Respect: Responding to Stigma and Discrimination in the United States, Brazil, and Israel // Princeton University Press 

Canada postdoctoral fellow Paul May // Philosophies du Multiculturalisme // Sciences Po Press

Natasha Warikoo // The Diversity Bargain // University of Chicago Press

JOURNALS & WORKING PAPERS

WCFIA alum Harris Mylonas, et al. // Threats to Territorial Integrity, National Mass Schooling, and Linguistic Commonality // Comparative Political Studies

Filipe Campante, et al. // Long-Range Growth: Economic Development in the Global Network of Air Links // The National Bureau of Economic Research

Joshua Kertzer // Microfoundations in International Relations // Conflict Management and Peace Science

Samuel Moyn // The End of Human Rights History // Oxford Journals

OPINION

Dani Rodrik // Put Globalization to Work for Democracies // The New York Times

Calestous Juma // If Africa Learnt to Feed Its Chickens It Could Feed Its People // The Conversation

Noah Feldman // The Geopolitics of Deciding Who Is Sunni // Bloomberg

R. Nicholas Burns // Why NATO Is Vital for American Interests // Boston Globe

Jeffrey Frankel // Brexit, Trump, and Globalization's Have-Nots // Project Syndicate

AUDIO & VIDEO

Calestous Juma // Opposition To New Technologies Comes From Fear of Loss: Professor Calestous Juma // The World Today, ABC News

Jeffry A. Frieden // What Can the Eurozone Learn From US Monetary History? // Bruegel

Kenneth Rogoff // China Slowdown Is Global Economy's Biggest Threat, Rogoff Says // BBC News

QUOTED

Kenneth Rogoff // Want to Thwart Criminals? Take Away Their Cash // Harvard Gazette 

Dani Rodrik // Raging Against the Machine // Handelsblatt

Calestous Juma // Why Important Innovations Stall // Science Daily

Jean Comaroff and John Comaroff // City & Coloured: Race, Space, and Redistribution in Cape Town // Harvard Political Review

Academy Scholar Noora Lori // Pardee Class Creates App to Aid Syrian Refugees // BU Today

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