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Panel Discussion - Democratic Transitions Around the World

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Panel Discussion:  
“Democratic Transitions Around the World”

Professor Brown will lead a panel discussion on how the principles of transparency, tolerance, rule of law, and cooperation play out in relation to specific political and cultural differences among post-conflict situations. What counts as a successful democratic transition? Panelists will include:  Keith Brown;  A.H. Peter Castro Anthropology; Matthew Cleary Political Science; David Crane, College of Law; Renée DeNevers, Public Administration and International Affairs; Miriam Elman, Political Science; Robert Rubinstein, Anthropology, moderator


Keith Brown 

Research Professor 

Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies 

Brown University



Keith Brown is an anthropologist who works on ethno-nationalism, labor migration, democracy promotion, and new forms of citizenship in the Balkans and transnationally. He is committed to collaborative research that involves scholars and practitioners from different professions and disciplines.

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