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We combine a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to take on global challenges to human progress and well-being.

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Study Abroad provides an opportunity to expand upon your classroom learning, improve your language skills and in many cases participate in an internship.

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Mako Explores the Dynamics of State Formation and Identity

Shamiran Mako, Assistant Professor of International Relations and Political Science at Boston University's Pardee School of Global Studies, delves into the complexities of consociationalism in her latest research publication. Titled "Afterword: Consociationalism and the State: Situating Lebanon and Iraq in a Global Perspective," Mako's article serves as a reflective piece on the special issue focusing...

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Pardee School Students’ Journey into the Heart of International Relations

Students from the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies recently concluded a transformative trip to the vibrant city of New York, immersing themselves in the dynamic world of international relations. Guided by Ambassador Vesko Garčević, Professor of the Practice of International Relations, alongside the Director of Career Services, Sonia Liang, and the Assistant Director...

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Pardee Students Present Research to Empower Women in Meghalaya, India

In a research presentation titled  "When Do Quotas Work? Identifying Structural Barriers to Implement Quota Mandates for Women's Political Leadership in Meghalaya, India." Pardee School of Global Studies' Global Development students, under the guidance of Prof. Rachel Brulé, explored the impact of Meghalaya's 2020 Reservation Policy on women's participation in Village Employment Councils (VECs). The...

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