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Peter CasarellaFaculty Fellow Casarella on Pope Francis’ Message to Latin America
Faculty Fellow Peter Casarella expects the Pope to speak to combining the Christian tradition with political progress toward democracy and human rights.
New PhDs Move OnNew PhDs Carry Kellogg Experience Forward
Five members of the Kellogg graduate student community who formally received their PhDs at commencement are starting new positions in academia and public service.

PhD Fellow Wins International IDEA/EIP CompetitionPhD Fellow Wins International IDEA/EIP Competition
Kellogg PhD Fellow Victor Hernández-Huerta has won the 2015 International IDEA/EIP Award for his paper on disputed presidential elections.



Joseph KaboskiCatholic economist: Pope Francis has 'measured' critique of US economy
"A market without rules and morals doesn't remain free," say Faculty Fellow Joseph Kaboski in his analysis of the Pope's economic views. (National Catholic Reporter)

Susan BlumLinguistic Challenges to China’s Centralizing Control
Faculty Fellow Susan Blum on creative ways citizens evade censorship (China Policy Institute Blog)
Guillermo Trejo

¿Vicios privados, virtudes públicas?
Racial discrimination in Mexico is pervasive and systemic, writes Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo in El País.



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