This video series tells the stories of our illustrious alumni and how their experience at the Pardee School shaped them personally and professionally.
In 2021, Dean Najam claims the “Big State” is out, and the “competent state” is in.
Read through our top faculty, student, alumni, and research stories from 2020!
“If you want to develop and need infrastructure, trade, foreign investment, and China is the No 1 capital exporter in the world, it’s a bit of a no-brainer.”
In his chapter, Professor Mamolea explores the ideas, people, and events that shaped the politics of Vespasian V. Pella.
“The [U.S.] is uniquely placed to make a diplomatic difference on how Cuba could evolve in the near future under a new cadre of civilian leadership.”
“Receiving this award was definitely a highlight of my experience. Any time one is recognized in the military, it is always a special moment, as those moments are fairly rare.”
“At some point, India will have to jump off the fence and land on a side.”
“New rights can make everyone better off, because they expand the pie of resources households have access to, if they enable daughters to negotiate.”
Ambassador Heine discusses Chile and China’s strengthening diplomatic ties, as well as China’s major role in Chilean trade.
“[Michael Broman’s] fascination for [Southeast Asia] is boundless and, therefore, addictive.”
Dean Najam addressed Russia’s apprehensions on US-India ties and the role of China in regional realignment.
The aim of the Journal of the CSA is to promote the field of Caribbean Studies.
Professor Schmidt discussed her new book and how it evaluates the EU’s government procedures following the Eurozone Crisis.
The new leadership will help organize a variety of activities to enrich Pardee School students’ lives.
“The prospect of membership, it seems, has never been further away.”
Expert panelists discussed the future of sustainable development in “The World After Coronavirus.”
Ambassador Heine explored the root causes of poverty and the global pandemic’s impact on poverty alleviation with global experts.
“There is a general opinion that Boris Johnson’s days are numbered.”
Cristina Morrison (Pardee ’22) and Ariana Thorpe (Pardee ’22) will examine how infrastructures of nuclear technologies have systematically disenfranchised communities of color in New Mexico and Namibia.