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Victoria Hui Hui Testifies Testifies on Future of Democracy in Hong Kong
Faculty Fellow Victoria Hui said Hong Kong’s system of “freedom without democracy” is broken in testimony before the Congressional Executive Commission on China.

Wells Explores South American Literature and MediaWells Explores South American Literature and Media
Faculty Fellow Sarah Ann Wells focuses her research and teaching on film and media studies, the modernist period, and mass culture, from “media laboratories” to science fiction.

Implications of Dignity for International Development Explored at Rome ConferenceImplications of Dignity for International Development Explored at Rome Conference
Kellogg has launched a major new project examining the role of human dignity in the work of international human development.




Paolo CarozzaCatholics and Muslims working together for others
Kellogg Director Paolo Carozza took part in the 3rd Catholic Muslim Forum in Rome (Vatican Radio)

Human dignity and development for the common goodHuman dignity and development for the common good
Address by Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin, delivered at the Kellogg conference on human dignity and human development

Guillermo TrejoFaculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo with a wider analysis of the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico
¿Por qué el crimen organizado atenta contra la sociedad civil en México? (El País)
Leader of gang suspected of killing missing Mexican students commits suicide (Fusion)







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