Draws on expertise from across disciplines to gain international and comparative perspectives on how to extend cultural membership within societies, better understand social and cultural processes behind recognition gaps, and determine ways to make societies more inclusive.
What we are talking about
- Happy Holidays - fall classes have wrapped up at Harvard
- Cluster affiliate @AdamCoutts is the co-author of a new report looking at how nations over are guilty of “policy inertia” when it comes to supporting young people who lost work or will struggle to enter the labor market as a result of the pandemic t.co/4GjSKjLNTT
- At @HutchinsCenter, @suzanneblier - "[reflected] on white nationalism, on race replacement theory, on the anti-abortion movement, & what that may mean about what particular populations are being encouraged to [re]produce, and issues around immigration.” t.co/bVWjpjdlY3
NEW on Epicenter: Ukraine and Russia once had a ceasefire pact—the Minsk agreements—back in 2014 and 2015. What went awry? @PowirskaLidka, who monitored the ceasefire for @OSCE_SMM looks closely at the reasons why Minsk failed to bring peace.
- Hyper-globalization crumbled under its many contradictions, says @rodrikdani. But the future need not be one where geopolitics trumps everything else and countries minimize their economic interactions with each other. t.co/Eh6CuyHWZx
- Sweden and Finland’s decision to seek NATO membership might seem obvious. But there’s an important and subtle lesson here that more world leaders should recognize. Latest FP COLUMN here: t.co/7FctnnIFs9