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

A Harvard Pioneer for Science and Women

| Summer 2018

Norman Mailer. Leonard Bernstein. T.S. Eliot. Robert Frost. Those are just some of the famous winners of Harvard Signet Society’s prestigious Signet Award. This spring, one of the Belfer Center’s most admired members was added to their ranks: Dorothy Zinberg.

Oman: Muttrah, Muscat and the port. Photo taken from above the fish market, December 2006.

Ian Sewell Photo

Analysis & Opinions - The Huffington Post

Oman: Foreigners Go Home...

| April 16, 2014

"It is the badly-needed approximately 1.6 million expatriates living in this country of fewer than 3 million people whom the Omani government would like to go home. But they are crucial to the country's functioning. In both instances the government believes that the increase in the foreign tourists and the decrease in foreign workers would result in major gains for the economy and the long-term stability of the country."

Intel Corp. President and CEO Paul Otellini speaks at the opening ceremony of the assembly and test facility of Intel's chipset products at Saigon High Tech Park, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Oct. 29, 2010.

AP Photo

Analysis & Opinions - The Huffington Post

All That Glitters: An American in Vietnam

| March 7, 2011

"Poverty and unemployment are significant even though, like the Chinese, the Vietnamese have managed to cut abject poverty significantly. Wages remain shockingly low. Censorship is rife and Facebook is banned. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists (U.S.) before the 2011 Communist Party Congress meetings, Internet cafes and blogs were closely watched; dozens of activists and bloggers were arrested for "spreading propaganda against the state." The government dismantled websites, and a number of journalists remain in jail."