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More Information Can Lead to Greater Uncertainty – not just in Syria!

In a public lecture at CEU’s School of Public Policy on February 16, Lisa Wedeen explored how the proliferation of information sources and acceleration in the circulation of news has contributed to greater uncertainty, rather than relieving it.

Public Policy Students Win Prize at Village Festival

Professor Andrew Cartwright took a group of his students to Etyek in late January to participate in Picnic Flavours of Winter on Gasztrosétány.

How Prisons Become Incubators, not Containers, of Crime

“Prisons [in Brazil] are actually incubators of violence – and of lots of other problems too,” declared Fiona Macaulay in a presentation at CEU’s School of Public Policy on February 2.

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