Power Problems Podcast

09.22.20

A Tour of South Asia

Paul Staniland of the University of Chicago joins Emma Ashford to discuss current events in India, Pakistan, and South Asia in Power Problems, a podcast from the CATO Institute.

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Harris News

09.22.20

Leading Scholars, Political Decision-Makers to Discuss Global Crises and Conflicts at Pearson Global Forum

On October 6-8, 2020, The University of Chicago will gather leading scholars and high-ranking political decision-makers from around the globe at The 2020 Pearson Global Forum. Hosted by the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy’s Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, the aim of the virtual conference is to discuss the causes and consequences of conflict, including how the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change are affecting international conflicts, and to develop strategies to maximize the impact for preventing and resolving violent conflicts and informing policy.

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The Hill

09.22.20

13 Nobel Prize-winning economists endorse Biden

Thirteen Nobel Prize-winning economists said Tuesday they are backing Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s economic agenda, according to a letter released by the Biden campaign.

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Western Wall

Harris Public Policy students visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem as part of the 2019 Pearson International Conflict Seminar to Israel and the West Bank.

Ramin Kohanteb / The Pearson Institute