Heine Offers Insight on China’s Advances in Latin America
On May 28, 2023, Ambassador Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, was interviewed by Real Clear Politics on China’s commercial advances in Latin America. In the article, Professor Heine compares the U.S. attempt at…
Heine Gives Perspective on Global Power Dynamics
Foreign Affairs has recently released several articles discussing the dynamics of global power balance, the future of US hegemony, and the unfolding of great-power competition in the developing world. To follow up on these essays, Foreign Affairs interviewed International Relations specialists on the state of unipolarity in today’s world for their article “Did the Unipolar…
Maggie Toombs (BA/MAIA ’23) Shares Story of Her Graduate Research in Serbia
Maggie recently traveled to Belgrade, Serbia with the help of the Pardee School’s Gilman Travel Grant. As she describes it, “The way this has enhanced my research and helped me develop skills in interviewing, interpersonal relations, as well as networking has provided an invaluable educational experience and inspired me to begin planning my next trip as soon as possible!”
Pardee School Graduate Students Visit UN and Diplomatic Missions in NYC
Students received a guided tour of the UN headquarters and visited four missions and a number of dignitaries where they learned about how much these states use the potential that multilateralism offers and what they do to overcome challenges stemming from their limited resources and inbuilt perception of their secondary role in global affairs.
Garčević and Najam Participate in 15th Summer School for Young Diplomats
Professors Garčević and Najam joined 47 young diplomats from 32 countries as well as 35 lecturers from Europe and the United States to discuss complex issues of contemporary international affairs such as the war in Ukraine, NATO expansion, and global climate change.
Heine Guest Edits “TI Observer” Issue on Ukraine and Active Non-Alignment
In his feature article, Ambassador Heine describes the adoption of active non-alignment as seen in the international response to the war in Ukraine, the continuation of such a strategy and its implications, as well as how the war marks a seismic shift in world affairs.
Najam Speaks to WWF Leadership on World Affairs and Conservation
Dean Najam argues that maintaining a focus on the great global challenges of our times, such as sustainable development and conservation, is even more important when these ideas are begin challenged by other geopolitical forces.
Storella Delivers Harvard Club Lecture on America’s Place in the World
Ambassador Storella’s lecture explored the multiple factors shaping America’s place in the world and how that role might evolve and adapt to 21st-century realities.
What Will be the Biggest Global Issue of 2021?
COVID-19 is clearly a global priority, but there are a myriad of additional world issues that must be addressed in 2021.
Najam Discusses Global Issues with Nobel Laureates
Dean Adil Najam discussed persisting global issues during seminar organized by the Chicago Council for World Affairs with Nobel activists on poverty, human rights and climate change.
BtH Discusses Global Challenges that will Survive COVID-19
A special online edition of the Beyond the Headlines (BtH) series explores various global issues that have persisted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and will probably survive it.
Garčević Promotes Cooperation in the Face of Global Crisis
Ambassador Garcevic discussed the necessity of global cooperation when tackling COVID-19 and other crises.
Najam Presents the SDPI Distinguished Lecture
Dear Adil Najam presented the 2020 SDPI Distinguished Lecture on “The World in 2020: An Update on the New World Disorder.”