The past as propaganda
A Fireside Chat with Will Stevens, U.S. Foreign Service Institute
Can the U.S. Still Influence Foreign Publics to Achieve Foreign Policy Goals?
An assembly of Harvard’s Canadian students
Forged in Crisis: The Power of Courageous Leadership in Turbulent Times with Nancy Koehn
A Fireside Chat on Germany and the Future of EU-US Relations
“Go directly to jail!” It’s Monopoly at its best.
A disgraced, discredited idea is born again.
Who says you can’t rule the world?
A Fireside Chat with the author of “Organizing Democracy”
Book Talk and Signing with Paul Poast
Come explore the Gilded Age at Harvard and the formation of a president.
A look back at some women who made today possible.
Michelle Kosinski, CNN’s senior diplomatic correspondent
Reintegration & reconciliation: getting from here to there
Bringing Academics and State Department Officials Together
A Fireside Chat with President Obama’s Director of Global Engagement
How to save liberal democracy?
The most elegant way to start the holidays at Harvard
When does propaganda threaten democracy?
Eleanor Roosevelt: Ardent or Reluctant Feminist?
Gilded Age imperialism and public diplomacy! And Harvard!
Keeping Trade Lanes Open
“a contest of narratives with strategic outcomes”
Food, fun, and horse racing, what could be better?
Watch LIVE here on 4/11 at 10 a.m. ET
with Henry Cisneros and Sol Trujillo
Discuss 100 years of Constitutionalism with the Mexican Supreme Court
How can creative action cultivate girls as advocates for gender equality?
Didn’t get your invitation to Trump’s party? No problem!
The Who, What, Where, Why and How of Sex Trafficking
A comparative analysis of inequality in the US and Canada, followed by a reception
Featuring our world famous Harvard Punch!
Philippe Le Corre, Brookings
A rare opportunity to see inside the international world of justice
The Good Neighbor Policy had impacts far beyond politics….
A rare chance to take a look behind the disinformation curtain
America & the Challenges of the High North
A look at Hillary Clinton’s candidacy through the lens of Eleanor Roosevelt
Hosted by Canadian student organizations at Harvard University
“13 Presidents” – an artist’s book, mixing fact and fiction
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