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2015 conversation with Juliette Kayyem, a Harvard University lecturer and national leader in homeland security. She offers advice on how journalists can better cover disasters and hold accountable the government agencies that respond to and manage emergency events.
2015 roundup of academic research and scholarly literature that looks at the challenges that criminal prosecutors in the U.S. and aboard face in determining appropriate prison sentences for those convicted of participating in terrorism-related activities.
2015 study published in Oxford Economic Papers showing how industrial growth in particular has a significant association with levels of terrorist activity.
2015 review of research related to Muslims in France, and the terrorist attacks on the French satirical news outlet Charlie Hebdo and a chemical plant near Lyon.
2015 selection of studies that use fieldwork and qualitative and quantitative data to better understand the world’s refugee populations and look to public policy lessons that can be drawn.
2015 review of research and data that speak to issues of hate crimes motivated by bias, with a focus on definitional issues in the United States and patterns abroad.
April 2015 report from Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, “Decoding the Iran Nuclear Deal: Key Questions, Points of Divergence, Pros and Cons, Pending Legislation and Essential Facts.”
2015 study from Harvard and the University of Michigan showing how coverage of the Libyan Civil War varied based on news outlets’ countries of origin and political regime type.