“Adil Najam Prize” Established to Encourage Public Scholarship at Pardee School

The Adil Najam Prize and Fellowship for Advancing the Public Understanding of Global Affairs is to be awarded annually at the Pardee School Convocation to a faculty member for excellence as a global public scholar and for advancing the public understanding of any international policy issue of major importance in world affairs.

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Nolan Awarded Russell Sage Foundation Grant to Support New Research

Professor Nolan’s forthcoming research will focus on three periods of deportation: “Operation Wetback” deportations to Mexico, Drug War-related deportations to the Dominican Republic, and the recent deportations of asylum-seekers to Guatemala and El Salvador.

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Pardee School Faculty Comment on Russian Invasion of Ukraine

As the crisis in Ukraine continues to unfold, the Pardee School asked its faculty of leading international affairs scholars and practitioners to share their thoughts on how they believe the leaders of the world – particularly Russia and the U.S. – should act.

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Schilde Named Jean Monnet Chair in European Security and Defense

As the Jean Monnet Chair in European Security and Defense, Professor Schilde will further the Pardee School’s agenda of preparing students to meet the international challenges of the 21st century through a rigorous and sustained presentation of the EU as a global power with responsibilities over European security, international order, and global security.

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Gallagher Co-Authors “The Case for a New Bretton Woods

Professor Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright’s book outlines a set of principles for a new multilateralism and a blueprint for change across three critical areas of global economic governance: the international financial system, trade and investment, and development finance.

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