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Jeffrey Goldberg, the national correspondent for the Atlantic, speaks about his coverage of the Middle East at the Harvard Kennedy School on Tuesday afternoon.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has broken the previously “unwritten rule” that terror organizations generally refrain from killing foreign journalists, journalist Jeffrey Goldberg argued Tuesday.
Originally from South Africa, John Briscoe also spent two decades working for the World Bank, where he served as the country director for Brazil, the organization’s biggest borrower.
UC hopefuls Happy Yang '16, left. and Faith A. Jackson '16, right, pose after a debate at the Kennedy School on Thrusday evening.
UC hopefuls Ema Horvath '16 and Meghamsh Kanuparthy '16 right after the debate at the Kennedy School on Thursday evening.
UC candidate, Luke Heine, presents his campaign platform at the JFK Jr. Forum in the Kennedy School on Thursday night. Gene Corbin, the Harvard College Assistant Dean for Public Service moderated the debate.
Ema Horvath '16 responds to an audience question during the Thursday night debate at the JFK Jr. Forum on Thursday Night. At the forum, candidates discussed topics ranging from the Stillman Infirmiry's closure to the UC's ability to effect change.
The candidates begin the debate with their opening statements in the JFK Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School on Thursday night. Gene Corbin, the Harvard College Assistant Dean for Public Service moderated the debate.
Rees, alongside a panel organized by the Program for Science, Technology, and Society, discussed the variety of possible causes of an “existential crisis” for humanity, through the lenses of various disciplines.
As Republicans took control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate, Harvard political experts said that the new power dynamic in America’s government would not significantly change the existing political climate in Washington.
Rob Ford, the former U.S. ambassador to Syria from 2010-2014, speaks in the Malkin Penthouse at the Kennedy School of Government on Wednesday.
Experts disagreed whether tension between China and the U.S. in the East China Sea has the potential to escalate to global conflict on the scale of World War I by October 2015 at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Wednesday night.