Pardee School Partners with State Department on Alliance for Afghan Women’s Economic Resilience

Since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan in the Summer of 2021, they have rolled back two decades of progress in women’s rights as well as access to work and education. This public-private partnership between the U.S. Department of State and Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies aims to tackle these setbacks.

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Need a Summer Read? Check Out the Latest Books from Pardee School Faculty

If you are looking for an enlightening and insightful book on international affairs, immigration, global economics, social movements in Arab societies, or China, consider picking up a piece published in the past year by our illustrious faculty.

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“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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What Did 2021 Teach Us About International Affairs?

In reflecting on 2021, Pardee School faculty offer their thoughts on the lessons that can be gleaned from this past year. Chief among the responses: multilateralism and global democracy are in decline.

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