In El Salvador, where in 1992 the United Nations achieved its greatest success in peacebuilding to end a brutal civil war, the homicide rate is now highest in the world. In her timely new book Captured Peace, Christine Wade, associate professor of political science and international studies, examines how local elites manipulated the peace process, helping lead the country to its present state.
Now a nursing coordinator at a Washington, D.C., clinic for people who lack health care options, Lauren Myers-Bromwell ’09 says her undergraduate education combined with two years in the Peace Corps laid the foundation for her career.
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