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For President Trump, the road ahead

For President Trump, the road ahead

Bart Bonikowski in Harvard Gazette on November 10, 2016

After Trump - A Surge in Ethno-Nationalism. "Trump legitimized deep ethno-national resentments. ... Driven by a fear of demographic and cultural change, white voters embraced racism and xenophobia and rejected the politics of civility," says Bart Banikowski, Associate Professor of Sociology & CES Resident Faculty, in Harvard Gazette. (Credit: AP Image/John Locher)

Confronting the refugee crisis

Confronting the refugee crisis

in Harvard Gazette on October 19, 2016

Perspectives on Germany's refugee crisis by Klaus Zimmermann, CES John F. Kennedy Memorial Policy Fellow, and Adrian Weickart, Harvard College student and CES intern, featured in Harvard Gazette article. (Credit: AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)


My Great Depression

My Great Depression

Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will, counseled Antonio Gramsci. But in 2016, pessimism is gaining the upper hand. Art Goldhammer shares a personal perspective on the state of Europe and the United States. (Photo: Sipa USA via AP/Julien Mattia)

Germany’s Retrograde Record on Gay Rights

Germany’s Retrograde Record on Gay Rights

Alexander Görlach in New York Times on October 7, 2016

Across Western Europe, marriage equality is fast becoming the norm: From Scandinavia through the Netherlands and Denmark; even the Catholic countries of Ireland, France and Spain. But there’s one glaring exception: Germany. It stands out not only because it is the largest country in Western Europe, but also because on many measures, it is among the most progressive.

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