“The real threat to America is not Afghanistan. China is the real threat. Until you can extricate yourself, you can’t put the resources into the real threat.”
“I want them to question the notion of the United States as a ‘nation of immigrants’…after we have deported over 56 million people since the beginning of the 20th century.”
“Only by eliminating misinformation and prejudice against APPI communities can those communities regain their security, dignity, and freedom.”
“[The COVID-19 pandemic] shows that some of the institutional designs that we assume lead to good policy outcomes don’t always.”
“It is up to wealthy countries to ‘leave no one behind’ and promote a sustainable and inclusive COVID-19 recovery.”
Beatty (Pardee MA ’21) emphasized the importance of unification as well as the momentous challenges facing the incoming administration.
“I cannot help noticing the parallels between my here and now and the bifurcated society depicted in Asimov’s two dystopian novels.”
Joaquin Martinez Alban (Pardee ’23), Ahmad Azari (Pardee ’21), and Alexander Beatty (Pardee ’21) share the challenges they’ve faced throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ambassador Storella outlines the winners and losers in the normalization pact in BU Today.
How has the women’s suffrage movement influenced #MeToo, and how can today’s movement learn from the mistakes of the past?
Dean Najam discusses the “World After Coronavirus” and the series’ impact.
Professor Jeremy Menchik was interviewed by BU Today’s for a Q&A Segment on Anti-Lockdown Protests and the 2020 Election
Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich publishes new book: “The Age of Illusions: How America Squandered Its Cold War Victory.”
Dean Adil Najam’s office was featured as part of BU Today’s Office Artifacts series which showcases interesting items that BU faculty display in their offices.
Gregory Aftandilian discusses United States President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria and its impact on the future of ISIS.
Dean Adil Najam was interviewed in BU Today on the breakdown of Afghanistan peace talks between the Taliban and United States.
William R. Keylor undergraduate student travel grant recipient Daniel Gonzalez (Pardee ’19) discusses his research on Latin America’s renewable energy sector.
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. Timothy Longman was interviewed by BU Today on his latest book Memory and Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda.
Dean Adil Najam provided an assessment of President Donald Trump’s first year in office.