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Former Chief of Police and Mayor of Houston, Dr. Lee P. Brown speaks about the unrest at Ferguson and the importance of community policing at the Institute of Politics on Wednesday.
The event featured panelists who included a former police chief, a current mayor, a reverend, and a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist.
The Institute of Politics hosted a panel discussion with former Israeli National Security Adviser Yaakov Amidror, former U.S. National Security Adviser Thomas Donilon, and moderator Graham T. Allison on Tuesday.
Two former national security advisors discussed approaches to Iran and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria at the Institute of Politics on Tuesday night.
Nadya Tolokonnikova of the Pussy Riot speaks at the Institute of Politics on Monday evening. The discussion, moderated by Jill Dougherty, revolved around the implications of art and expression in Russian politics.
From the left, Jill Dougherty, Masha Alekhina, Nadya Tolokonnikova, and Pyotr Verzilov discuss the implications of Pussy Riot in Russian politics at the IOP.
A protester stands outside of the IOP during the panel discussion on Tuesday evening.
Two founding members of the Russian punk rock protest group Pussy Riot spoke out strongly against Russian President Vladimir Putin Monday night at a forum at the Institute of Politics, raising awareness of what they consider to be oppression propagated by Putin in their country.
While lauding recent efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf expressed concern about the long-term effects of the epidemic.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, appearing on screen above Kennedy School lecturer Sheila Burke and public health professors Michael VanRooyen and Dyann Wirth, speaks at the Institute of Politics via Skype. The four congregated for a panel discussion on the international response to Ebola.
Moderator Archon Fung and internet expert Susan P. Crawford speak at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics on Thursday.
TripAdvisor co-founder and CEO Stephen Kaufer '84 discussed internet policy at the IOP on Thursday.