Pardee School faculty give their thoughts on the most important international stories of 2016.
Congratulations to the six graduate students awarded the third annual Pardee School Travel Grants!
Prof. Noora Lori discusses her efforts on Urban Refuge, an app which aims to connect refugees with resources through a simple mapping tool.
Prof. William Keylor discusses whether the evolving relationship between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin could lead to a nuclear arms race.
Prof. Jessica Stern discusses how the election of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States will affect the fight against the Islamic State.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik discusses how democratic institutions in Indonesia have proven to be resistant to religious intolerance.
Prof. Thomas Berger discusses the political implications of the recent attack on a Berlin Christmas market.
Prof. William Keylor discusses how the assassination of Ambassador Andrei Karlov will affect relations between Russia and Turkey.
Dean Adil Najam discusses several attacks across the Middle East and Europe that occurred on December 19, 2016.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses China surpassing the West in funding for foreign energy projects.
Prof. Augustus Richard Norton discusses the world’s moral failure in the response to the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Prof. Robert Hefner discusses comments made by incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn on Middle Eastern Islamic religious schools.
Prof. Henrik Selin discusses what President-Elect Donald Trump’s climate change policy will look like.
Prof. William Keylor discusses the foreign policy of United States President-Elect Donald Trump.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the impression Pakistan is making on the global stage in terms of climate change following the recent COP 22.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the challenges facing the new United Nations Security-General Antonio Guterres.
Prof. Thomas Berger discusses the expropriation of the house where Adolf Hitler was born by the Austrian government.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik won the award for his book Islam and Democracy in Indonesia: Tolerance Without Liberalism.
Adil Najam spoke at the Consortium for Development Policy Research (CDPR) in Lahore, Pakistan.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the struggles of the Latin American left following the death of Fidel Castro and election of Donald Trump.