Harvard Kennedy School
Gordon Discusses Eastern European Integration
Philip H. Gordon, the U.S. assistant secretary for the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, said Eastern Europe needs to be better integrated into NATO and the European Union in order to achieve regional stability.
Davos Conference Attracts Harvard Faculty
The World Economic Forum’s conference in Davos, Switzerland welcomed unusually large delegations from many universities, including Harvard, which sent a number of senior administrators and well-known professors.
IOP Haiti Discussion
Faculty members and local Haitian-Americans discuss the role of the U.S. in providing aid to Haiti at the IOP yesterday.
Antanas Mockus, former mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, (right) and Edi Rama, mayor of Tirana, Albania, (left) visited the Kennedy School of Government yesterday to share their insights on how the arts shape cities.
Kennedy School Receives $20.5 Million Gift to Support Asian Studies
The Harvard Kennedy School has received a $20.5 million gift—one of the five largest in the school’s history—to be directed toward Asia-related programs and research, officials announced Wednesday.
Allred Runs for Idaho Governor
Former Kennedy School professor Keith G. Allred announced last Thursday his intention to run as the Democratic candidate in the 2010 race for the governorship of Idaho.
Author Raises Police Controversy
It was “the worst case of police brutality” in Boston history—and the victim was himself a Boston cop.