From setting tribal priorities, to building infrastructure, to managing and sustaining projects, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) presents an unprecedented opportunity for the 574 federally recognized tribal nations to use their rights of sovereignty and self-government to strengthen their communities. As the tribes take on the challenges presented by the Act, the Ash Center’s Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development is hosting a series designed to assist tribes, to help tribes learn from each other and from a wide array of guest experts.
We sat down with Ash Center Director Tony Saich, Daewoo Professor of International Affairs, to discuss China's reaction to the Taliban's takeover of Kabul and how recent events impact the Sino-American relationship.
This online study group, held on six Fridays 9:30-10:30am ET is designed to engage HKS degree students to understand China’s historical rise, critical current challenges, and it’s role in the world moving forward. Led by Professors Tony Saich and Edward Cunningham, who combined leverage over 75 years of experience working in and with China, the program will also draw on the expertise of a range of HKS Ash Center China programs postdoctoral fellows, practitioners and others from business, media, and policy analysis. Our goal is to have students leave the group with a...
Harvard students are invited to join the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation in Harvard Kennedy School's Wexner Courtyard anytime between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM on Tuesday, September 21st for the chance to learn more about the Center; engage with Center faculty, staff and fellows; as well as receive a boxed lunch and gift.
This event is for Harvard ID holders only and registration is required to receive a lunch and gift.