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Laidlaw Scholar Melanie Marshall ’24

Marshall's work as a Laidlaw scholar incorporates research, leadership training, and a summer leadership-in-action experience in Norway.

How did Leymah Gbowee's protests lead to lasting peace?

Naminata Diabate outlines the movement's tactics and explains how womens' protests helped end the Liberian civil war.

Students wow at CAPSU Asia Night!

Shout out to the fabulous community of undergraduates interested in Southeast Asia! 

Riedl and Paynter in Washington Post

Einaudi director Rachel Beatty Riedl and Migrations postdoc Eleanor Paynter argue that a new UK program violates asylum seekers' rights.

Spencer Beswick. PACS Graduate Fellow

Spencer Beswick, a doctoral student in the History Department, received the Jesse F. and Dora H. Bluestone Peace Studies Fellowship from the Judith...

Durba Ghosh, PACS and SAP

“While it’s impossible to say how many, there would have been South Asian aristocrats in these circuits as well. There are cases of [Indian] women who...

Robert Hockett, CRADLE

Robert Hockett, professor of law and regulation of financial markets and institutions, says that the U.S.’s economic growth is too strong to be...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

“Putin seems determined to show that he can dictate terms and force countries that are dependent on his country’s natural gas exports to sing to his...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

Richard Clark, incoming assistant professor of government, Sarah Kreps, professor of government and adjunct professor of law, and Don Casler, incoming...

Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee: Forging Lasting Peace

Drawing on her experiences of mobilizing, demanding, and brokering peace, 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee shares how action and activism...