Dean Adil Najam recently appeared on Voice of America Urdu Service to discuss the history of systemic racism in the U.S. and its impact on U.S. foreign relations.
BU President Robert Brown writes, “the deaths of Black men and women at the hands of racists should shake every other soul in this nation.” Pardee School Dean Adil Najam adds, “It is important for all of us to stand against racism not just in grave times of anguish, but every day and in every way that we can.”
Dean Adil Najam presented the ‘Great Decisions’ lecture – organized by WorldBoston and the WGBH Forum – on Kashmir, India and Pakistan.
In a message to the alumni and friends of the Pardee School, Dean Adil Najam says: “the ask I come to you with, is: do whatever you can, wherever you are, in whatever way you can, to beat this virus… Please, please, please, do whatever you can to help those around you.”
Dean Adil Najam speaks to WBUR on the move to online teaching because of COVID-19. It has worked well till now, he says; but the challenges are not trivial.
Dean Adil Najam presented a special lecture at the Pakistan Institute for Development Economics (PIDE) titled, “Ideas Matter: A Reading List for Policy Wallahs” discussing his favorite books for policy-makers.
Dean Adil Najam hosted a causal conversation and question-and-answer session with Pardee School Dean Adil Najam in the Pardee School Graduate Lounge.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the connection between climate change and an accelerated increase in Pakistan’s population.
Boston University President Robert A. Brown issued the statement in the wake of violent demonstrations by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Dean Adil Najam argues that the escalating toll of death in Kashmir is not just India’s failure, it is the failure of the international community; of the United Nations.
The Pardee School of Global Studies is proud to welcome its newest MA candidates, who gathered for their academic orientation on September 2.