When Your Neighbor Turns You In

Pearson Institute Faculty Affiliate Tom Ginsberg worries democracy is being eroded in some states in the U.S.

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New Books Network


After Authoritarianism: Transitional Justice and Democratic Stability

Pearson Faculty Affiliate Monika Nalepa discusses how transitional justice – the act of reckoning with a former authoritarian regime after it has ceased to exist – has direct implications for democratic processes. Mechanisms of transitional justice have the power to influence who decides to go into politics, can shape politicians' behavior while in office, and can affect how politicians delegate policy decisions.


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Harris News


Fifth Annual Pearson Global Forum to Explore the Cause and Effects of Discrimination and Marginalization on Global Conflicts

Forum Executive Director Sheila Kohanteb and Pearson Institute Director James A. Robinson discuss the importance of hosting the fifth annual Pearson Global Forum to explore the cause and effects of discrimination and marginalization on global conflicts. Read the Harris Public Policy article for more information. 

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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