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- Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Interviewing Hillary at Harvard

| Summer 2017

On March 3, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Harvard University at the invitation of Professors Nicholas Burns (HKS), Robert Mnookin (HLS), and James Sebenius (HBS) in one of her first public engagements since last autumn.

- Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Developing S&T Research in the Gulf States

A Belfer Center science and technology team traveled to Kuwait in March to take part in a collaborative workshop with the Kuwait Foundation for Advancement of Science (KFAS) on “Science and Technology in the GCC: Building Research Capacity and Vital Linkages.”

A man is arrested as the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is removed in New Orleans


Analysis & Opinions - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Cry the Divided Country

| May 22, 2017

Amid the controversy this past week surrounding the decision of New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu to remove Confederate monuments from the city, especially that of Robert E. Lee, taken down by men in bullet-proof vests and at night, I would like to offer a phrase from a speech I gave at Harvard University some years ago. The occasion was a Festschrift (memorial) for the late Professor Ernest May: "The South's war, brilliantly fought, was not only a lost cause. It was a bad cause."

Surrounded by family and loyal advisors: Trump in the White House

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The personal politics of Donald Trump

May 16, 2017

Cathryn Cluver examines President Trump's personnel picks over the first three months of the administration, coming to a worrying conclusion: What is emerging is an administration intent on strengthening and consolidating executive power, while continuing to at least demoralise if not dismantle the structures designed to inform or check that power.

Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former National Intelligence Director James Clapper take their seats on Capitol Hill


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Clapper: Putin Did it to Demean Clinton and Help Elect Trump

| May 08, 2017

"Clapper ended his statement with a reminder to the American public and the Senators of what this investigation is really about: Russia did, without doubt and with little consequence, deploy resources and tactics to disrupt America's presidential election — to undermine Hillary Clinton, and to help Trump's campaign. Stated without drama or emotion, it was nonetheless sobering."