Prof. Erik Goldstein discusses the diplomatic and domestic political implications of a possible invitation to President Barack Obama to attend Prince Harry’s wedding.
Adil Najam presented at multiple panels during the Science-Policy Conference on Climate Change in Pakistan, held in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Dean Adil Najam presented a talk on “The New World Disorder” as the keynote address at conference on Social Science and Humanities in the New Millennium.
Dean Adil Najam was interviewed on Pakistan’s Capital TV on how a “new world disorder” is now defining global politics.
Prof. Jessica Stern is currently a co-investigator on a project to evaluate the impact of Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) initiatives.
The 207 undergraduates and 45 graduate students joined the more than 9,000 alumni from programs currently under the purview of the Pardee School.
Amb. Paul Hare was interviewed for a widely-syndicated article on the growing ties between Cuba and Russia.
The Fall 2017 issue covers topics including the effects of childhood exposure to conflict on political participation and attitudes toward democracy to N. Korea’s nuclear strategy.
Prof. William Grimes and Senior Researcher Daivi Rodima-Taylor contributed a chapter to Bitcoin and Beyond: Cryptocurrencies, Blockchains, and Global Governance.
Gregory Aftandilian discusses the United States response to developing Russian-Egyptian relations.
Prof. Jessica Stern was interviewed for a story on Jesse Morton, an American ex-jihadi struggling to rebuild his life in the country he’d once vowed to destroy.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher has been named a co-chair of the T20 task force on International Financial Architecture for Stability and Development.
Dean Adil Najam’s contributions to international relations, development and environment were recognized by ITU in Lahore, Pakistan.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses Latin America’s China strategy.
Prof. Thomas Berger spoke at the University of Toronto, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the Université de Montreal.
Prof. Timothy Longman presented a paper on “Explaining Church-State Conflict and Cooperation in East Africa,” at the conference.
Prof. Timothy Longman discusses an independent report by the Rwandan government that accuses French officials of complicity in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide.
Prof. Henrik Selin was interviewed for an article on the absence of United States leadership within the the Paris Climate Agreement.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik’s book Islam and Democracy in Indonesia was reviewed in Foreign Affairs.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik was interviewed by Nikkei Asian Review on religious extremism in Indonesia.