Pardee School faculty give their views on what was the most important international story of 2015. Syria and the rise of ISIS was the overwhelming choice.
Adil Najam writes on India’s lit up border that can be seen from space, while 237 Million Indians go without electricity.
Dean Adil Najam happy but not ecstatic on Indian Prime Minister Modi’s Lahore stopover.
Five students have been awarded the second annual Pardee School Travel Grants. Congratulations!
According to students at the Pardee School, a way forward for the embattled Kashmir region may be found through improvements in trade.
Professor Jeremy Menchik said that Indonesian Muslim organization could set an example for religious tolerance.
Professor Joseph Fewsmith said that support in the military meant that Chinese President Xi Jinping was able to end 2015 in a position of power.
Why would ISIS target France? William Keylor lays out the reasons for the Epoch Times.
Professor Renata Keller said the U. S.’ Cold War policy of isolating Cuba led to unexpected results in Latin America.
Dean Adil Najam said that climate change would impact migration across the world – but maybe not in the ways you think.
Professor Henrik Selinand Dean Adil Najam run down the good, bad, and the ugly of the 2015 UN Climate Conference agreement.
Dean Adil Najam said that when it comes to the climate, there was a long road ahead if we wished to truly make a difference.
The Latin American Studies MA Program at the Pardee School has been redesigned to make graduates more competitive in the job market.
Professor Susan Eckstein was interviewed about her research on immigration from Cuba by BU Today.
Professor Timothy Longman said that Rwandan President Paul Kagame had followed precedent in extending his term in office.
Professor Erik Goldstein said that a 2016 official dinner hosting Justin Trudeau would focus on the special relationship between Canada and the U. S.
Professor William Keylor said that France was selected for attack by ISIS because of their support of U. S. foreign policy in a video panel from Channel 7.
Jessica Stern asks ‘What would George Kennan Do? about ISIS. And arrives at some fascinating answers.
Najam says resumption of India-Pakistan talks is a good start, but only a start.
Dean Adil Najam said that there is a way to determine whether the results of COP21 will make a positive difference in the climate.