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Thursday, June 11, 2020

Covid-19 and Conflicts: The Health of Peace Processes During a Pandemic

HNMCP alum Lisa Dicker ’17 and HLS alum Danae Askar ’16, both of whom now work for the the Public International Law & Policy Group, have co-authored “Covid-19 and Conflicts: The Health of Peace Processes During a Pandemic” in the Harvard Negotiation Law Journal. The article provides a preliminary analysis of the impacts of the… More

Thursday, March 19, 2020

When the pandemic ends, will we remain “distanced”?

When I first read the phrase, “social distancing”—in an email sent by one of our law school deans—my first reaction was a visceral sort of aversion. It seemed a particularly callous phrase, tinged with both sadness and a cold, clinical sensibleness. I have since learned that social distancing was not, in fact, a term made up by a dean at Harvard Law School, but is actually a well-known protocol for slowing contagion, with which I and my colleagues and millions upon millions of people around the world are now personally familiar.   … More