Prof. Joshua Shifrinson discusses the rise of China and balance of power theory.
Dean Adil Najam met with alumni in Beirut, Lebanon for a series of engaging discussions and thoughtful dialogues about the mission and future of the Pardee School.
Prof. Manjari Miller has been awarded a grant from the Ministry of Education in Singapore, to study military strategic culture in India.
Prof. Michael Woldemariam discusses political shakeup on the Horn of Africa and his book Insurgent Fragmentation in the Horn of Africa.
Prof. Erik Goldstein discussed the Brexit referendum and implications for both the United Kingdom and European Union.
Associate Dean William Grimes represented the Global Development Policy (GDP) Center at the T20 in Tokyo.
Pardee School faculty give their thoughts on the most important international stories of 2018.
Michael B. Greenwald (Pardee ’07) published an article on dollar exposures in Chinese fintech.
Dean Adil Najam spoke at an event honoring economist and strategist Sartaj Aziz.
Prof. Henrik Selin co-wrote an Op-Ed examining carbon emissions from the cargo ships used in international shipping.
Prof. Jayita Sarkar’s IR 315/PO358/ HI335 Nuclear Governance course was featured as part of the BU Today “One Class, One Day” series.
Prof. William Keylor discussed Brexit, the ongoing riots in France, Angela Merkel’s political fortunes, and EU-US relations in the age of Donald Trump.
Next semester, SUN members plan to lead a trip to the United Nations to participate in the Global Engagement Summit.
Prof. Perry Mehrling was recently interviewed on the basics of the money view and its relationship with economics and finance.
Students in Prof. John Woodward’s IR 516 Intelligence and Homeland Security class learned about maritime security issues.
Dean Adil Najam discussed the impact of climate change on Pakistan — the eighth most affected country by climate change.
Prof. Noora Lori gave a talk entitled “Ta’al Bachir (Come Tomorrow): The Politics of Waiting for Citizenship” as part of the Research Seminar Series.
Prof. Jessica Stern discusses ISIS and terrorism inspired by religion.
Prof. Vivien Schmidt has been appointed as a Chevalier in the French Legion of Honor — France’s highest honor.
Prof. Cathie Jo Martin received the fellowship for the project entitled “Literature, Society and Education in Britain and Denmark, 1700–1920.”