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Gender Inequality, War, and Rape
FOCUS: Security, Stabilization, and Conflict Avoidance 24th July 2018 • Trending Globally: Politics and Policy • Trending Globally: Politics & Policy
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Dara Kay Cohen '01 is an associate professor of public policy at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Her research and teaching interests include international security, civil war and the dynamics of violence, and gender and conflict. She is the author of the book Rape During Civil War [http://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/?GCOI=80140100920580] You can read a transcript of this episode here: [https://watson.brown.edu/files/watson/imce/news/podcast/trending-globally/transcripts/E55_%20Dara%20Kay%20Cohen_mixdown.pdf] Theme music composed by Henry Ross Bloomfield: [http://www.heybloomfield.com/]

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