Prof. Vesko Garcevic publishes Op-Ed in BalkanInsight on the the correlation between the Orthodox church(es) and states.
Alex Hobson publishes article in ‘International History Review’ on the largest mass highjacking in history.
Prof. Noora Lori spoke on several panels at conferences and gave multiple talks about her recently published book Offshore Citizens.
Prof. Perry Mehrling discusses the recent trouble the overnight repurchase agreement, or “repo,” market, has experienced.
The Pardee School and Dean Adil Najam are proud to welcome the newest class of Dean’s Ambassadors.
The GDP Center is accepting applications for the 2019 Summer in the Field Program until February 24, 2020.
Arain Hafsa gave a talk entitled “Queered Aspirations: Religious Identity among LGBTQ+ People in Urban Pakistan.”
Gregory Aftandilian discusses United States President Donald Trump’s efforts to salvage the US-Saudi relationship after the Pensacola killings.
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher discusses whether developing countries should accept funding from China.
Prof. Manjari Miller was recently awarded an Applied History Course Development Grant from the Stanton Foundation.
Prof. Min Ye’s study, entitled “The Domestic Politics of China’s Belt and Road Initiative,” was featured in a cover story in Trade Winds News.
Sheila Otieno delivered a talk entitled “Splinter Effect: Interrogating Performances of Citizenship and Religious Belonging in State Formation.”
Prof. Jayita Sarkar presented research from her first book manuscript, Ploughshares and Swords: A Global History of India’s Nuclear Program.
The Pardee Women’s Group hosted Prof. Mahesh Karra for the first installment of the PWG Surviving Grad School series.
The Pardee Graduate Council hosted a holiday feast for graduate students as well as election speeches for the 2020 Pardee Graduate Council.
Prof. Manjari Miller spoke as part of a panel on Indian foreign policy which was moderated by Dhruva Jaishankar, the Director of the US Initiative at the ORF.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson participated in a recent workshop jointly hosted by King’s College London, the University of Cardiff, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on the history of NATO.
Dean Adil Najam discusses Pakistan’s ranking in a recent Germanwatch report as the fifth most vulnerable country in the world to climate change.
Prof. Mahesh Karra’s research examines the challenges faced by women in rural India in navigating crucial issues like fertility and family planning.
Dean Adil Najam delivered the keynote address at the 4th International Water Conference held in Karachi, Pakistan.