Since the release of her new book, Professor Miller has presented her research virtually with organizations and universities around the globe.
Throughout his 10 months in Bulgaria and Romania, Eliot Usherenko (Pardee ’21) will analyze the evolution of U.S. relations with both Black Sea states since their admission into NATO and identify the steps Washington has taken to help them address regional security concerns.
Ambassador Heine discusses why the pandemic has spread so fiercely in India as well as the role of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in the recent spike.
“With Biden, diplomacy and multilateralism is back. He’s made this clear in many many ways, both in his discourse and his actions.”
In his remarks, Ambassador Heine takes stock of the PA’s achievements over the past ten years, elaborates on what it needs to do to enhance ties with Asia, and makes some recommendations on the way forward.
Gina Ortiz Jones (Pardee ’03), who was commissioned through the Air Force ROTC program at Boston University, will serve as the Air Force’s number two civilian official.
As part of her fellowship, Professor Nolan will conduct research that explores how Guatemala became a leading “sender” country for children.
Brulé’s study aims to see if “peer-mentorship groups that match experienced, active female sarpanches with first-time female sarpanches” are able to “improve the political agency of female politicians” specifically in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Quinn Slobodian described the embrace of direct democracy by the political right in Europe as a weapon against the state, challenging the claim that neoliberalism is inherently ”anti-democratic.“
Experts discussed the future of the digital and robotics industry, how the digital future has progressed, how technology has impacted people’s lives in the COVID-19 pandemic, and how this technology could lead to greater societal inequities.
The acting NSC Senior Director for Cyber Defense discussed his career trajectory and the ever-evolving realm of U.S. cyber policy and cyber threats with Pardee School students.
“Chile has traditionally been a country of immigrants, but over the past decade this has become especially so…A proper immigration system was badly overdue, and the government of President Sebastián Piñera should be commended for this law”
Professor Selin said it is important that the U.S. have re-engaged with global climate change cooperation; however, there is still much more action needed to address the climate crisis.
“For issues related to e-commerce, e-invoicing and data location, it is critical to find common ground and common rules, and the DEPA aims to achieve that.”
If the U.S. is able to withdrawal troops by September 11, it will certainly be historic; however, there will be a lot of difficult discussions in Washington, D.C. and Kabul between now and then.
“Russia is a problem to be managed pragmatically and with coolheaded realism…Prudence and moderation, not hyperbole, will yield tangible results.”
Morrison (’22) and Thorpe (’22) studied uranium mining in Namibia, Niger, and New Mexico as well as the political, legal, and social processes of systematic disenfranchisement of populations in those sites.
Professor Ye talked with fDi’s Seth O’Farrell about how China’s economic policy was born of crisis, not desire for control.
Garčević, notes that the EU’s traditional “power currencies” in the Balkans have been compromised and Beijing and Moscow have established themselves as viable and/or even preferable alternatives to Brussels.
Schmidt’s keynote explored trade union visions for a progressive European economic policy, and in her panel appearance she discussed opportunities and limitations of flexible integration in EU economic policy.