I am Steve Kelman, Harvard Kennedy School professor. I do research on improving government performance and am interested in China. This blog will reprint many of my Facebook posts in these areas.
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Setting up new blog, called “Kelman on politics, culture, and life,” will share many posts from my Facebook page. Complements my existing blog on government management appearing at fcw.com,
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My new blog, push for more spending with small #disadvantaged businesses will detract from goal of getting the best deal for agencies and #taxpayers.
#Student council at #Dickinson College voted to ban the sale of #Sabra brand #hummus on campus. Unfortunately for this ill willed effort, Sabra is not #Israeli but an American company owned I believe by PepsiCo
On July 1, 1997, when #HongKong was handed over to #China, Jiang Zemin vowed that Beijing will honor Hong Kong’s rights and freedoms, including freedom of speech, freedom of the #press, freedom of association and assembly. Today, Xi Jinping has taken all of it all away.
China has abruptly shut down the WeChat accounts of dozens of University based LGBT organizations. An official interviewed in the South China Morning Post said China was trying to stop the spread of identity politics there.
Editorial in #Sweden leading paper: “#China’s ruling Communist party trying to turn whole world in authoritarian, anti-democratic direction — make more like China. The party uses Western openness to undermine West and crush democracy.” Strong words.