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Youth justice study finds prison counterproductive

A new report, published by Harvard Kennedy School’s Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ) and the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), documents ineffectiveness, endemic abuses, and high costs in youth prisons throughout the country. 494 altre parole

National & World Affairs

The unchanging election

No, it’s not your imagination. Even political professionals agree that this presidential election has been remarkable only in how truly stomach-churning it is.

“What has surprised me most about this election is how much it has been a race to the bottom,” veteran public opinion analyst Peter D. 775 altre parole

National & World Affairs

Impact of the nation’s first black president

As Barack Obama’s historic presidency winds down, scholars are beginning the complicated undertaking of assessing the impact of the nation’s first black president.

Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) convened analysts, practitioners, and activists this week for a two-day… 775 altre parole

National & World Affairs

Tackling international problems

Harvard President Drew Faust has awarded a second cycle of grants to faculty through the Harvard Global Institute (HGI), which was established last year. In this grant cycle, the five awards span the… 1.071 altre parole

National & World Affairs

Juan Manuel Santos, Kennedy School alumnus and Nieman fellow, wins Nobel Peace Prize

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today for his work to end the 52-year civil war between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a Marxist guerilla group also known as FARC. 785 altre parole

Campus & Community

The director and the whistle-blower

Even when he’s the subject matter, Oliver Stone directs. Meeting with reporters in the guest speaker’s “green room” before his appearance Monday night at the… 928 altre parole

Arts & Culture

A boost for managing cities

The incessant public drumbeat that “government is broken,” or at least inefficient and ineffective, has long been a popular and politically expedient way to justify ideologically driven policy shifts and budget cuts, or simply to discredit new ideas. 1.400 altre parole

Campus & Community