The Center for the Study of Asia hosted Amb. Joseph DeTrani for a talk on North Korea’s nuclear diplomacy.
Pardee School Prof. Julie Klinger hosted the discussion with the GDP Center’s Land Use and Livelihoods Initiative.
Prof. Robert Hefner reviewed Religion as Critique: Islamic Critical Thinking (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2017) by Irfan Ahmad.
Prof. Joseph Wippl hosted the conference on “Secrecy and Security in a Democratic Society.”
Scott Goodwyn (Pardee ’96) discusses his Pardee School education and work in international business development for a consulting firm.
Pardee School Dean Adil Najam presented on his work as co-author of the Pakistan National Human Development Report (NHDR) on Youth.
The lecture featured a talk from Rutgers Prof. Barbara M. Cooper entitled “Reflections on a Baby Scandal: Paradoxes of Fertility and Infertility in West Africa.”
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a meeting and reception for the Religion and Politics section of the American Political Science Association.
Prof. Roberta Micallef delivered a lecture entitled “Representing Herself: Turkish Women’s Narratives and Autobiographies.”
The symposium featured a day of panels on a range of topics as well as a concert of Indian vocal music on yogic themes and a range of kirtan chants.
Dean Adil Najam comments on the high political drama of terrorism financing at FATF.
Jeffrey Fraser (Pardee ’94) discusses his 24 years of international product, sales and service management experience.
Paul Nathanson (Pardee ’85) discusses his more than 25 years of experience working in strategic, crisis and corporate communications.
Dean Adil Najam spoke as part of a panel on the politics of science and technology in the face of climate change.
The new African Studies Review Forum focuses on land disputes and displacement in post-conflict Africa.
The panel featured diplomats from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland and was moderated by Prof. Cathie Jo Martin.
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion on the recent 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.
The discussion took place in conjunction with the FMHT international workshop Disrupting the Human Trafficking – Migration Nexus.
The intelligence seminar focused on non-official cover and influence operations.
Prof. Erik Goldstein hosted Terens Quick, Greece’s Deputy Minister of State for Coordinating Government Operations, for a meeting at 152 Bay State Road.