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Reporting from Cuba: How Pixels are Bringing Down the Wall of Censorship

October 28, 2013

*****LIBERATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL EVENT****Change of location- now in Bechtel Conference CenterEncina Hall A livestream will be available for this event.

Taiwan's Diplomacy in Changing Times: My Experiences, Reflections, and Predictions

May 17, 2013

Abstract: Taiwan (the Republic of China) has been changing with the times. So has its diplomacy.

A Critique of Repressive Approaches to Combat Human Trafficking

March 14, 2012

Alison Brysk is the Mellichamp Chair in Global Governance, Global and International Studies at UC Santa Barbara.

Combating Cyber Insecurity Around the Globe

February 3, 2012

Christopher Painter has been on the vanguard of cyber issues for twenty years. Most recently, Mr.

How Does Democracy Lead to Transparency?: Enacting Freedom of Information Laws around the World

November 17, 2011

Abstract That democratic governments tend to be more transparent than autocracies is a relatively well-established fact.

Human Rights and Justice in Argentina

October 12, 2010

Patricia Isasa, a successful architect in Argentina, is a survivor of torture and imprisonment from the age of 16 to 18 during the Argentine dictatorship. She was imprisoned in 1976.

Who Pays for Economic Adjustment? The Working Class and Economic Reform in Spain, Chile and Argentina

February 7, 2007

The talk will explore and explain the emergence of alternative sets of winners and losers within the working class in three cases of sweeping industrial and market liberalization.

Film screening of Patricio Guzman's The Pinochet Case and Q&A with Carlos Castresana

February 1, 2007

The Pinochet Case Patricio Guzman's The Pinochet Case investigates the legal origins of the case against Augusto Pinochet, the general who overthrew President Salvador Allende of Chile in 1973....


Jamie O'Connell Network Affiliate, CDDRL, Lecturer in Residence at Stanford Law School