Confronting COVID-19: Coronavirus in Contexts of Conflict and Postconflict


The spread of COVID-19 affects societies around the world, but poses particular risks for populations living in conflict zones, postconflict societies, and refugee camps. What are the unique considerations in these contexts when examining the effects of both the spread of the disease and the response to contain it? 

Cambridge University Liberal Association


James A. Robinson spoke to CULA about his new book, The Narrow Corridor as well as Why Nations fail and a whole host of other topics.

Pearson Institute Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Ben Rhodes

Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy Katherine Baicker moderates a discussion with Ben Rhodes, former deputy US National Security Advisor in a 2019 edition of The Pearson Institute's Distinguished Speaker Series.

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