Did President Biden make the right call in exchanging imprisoned American basketball star Brittney Griner for Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout? Three Pardee School offer their thoughts.
Professor Woodward tells the stories of fifteen terrorists representing nine different Boston-area institutions of higher learning whose crimes span the past 100 years.
In Professor Woodward’s view, author Charles Gallagher “has vividly brought to life a little known, largely shameful, and eminently intriguing episode of American history in his latest book.”
As the crisis in Ukraine continues to unfold, the Pardee School asked its faculty of leading international affairs scholars and practitioners to share their thoughts on how they believe the leaders of the world – particularly Russia and the U.S. – should act.
On Charles Gallagher’s latest book, Pardee School Professor John Woodward commented, “He is the first scholar to document the leading role Nazi intelligence and specifically, SS officer Herbert Scholz, played in organizing and supporting covert action in Boston.”
During Professor Woodward’s Connect: ID Conference panel, subject matter experts discussed emerging issues in facial recognition, public perceptions of the technology, facial recognition in government use cases, and policy concerns.
With detailed data on millions of Afghans potentially in Taliban control, Professor Woodward commented that Pakistani, Chinese, Russian, and Iranian intelligence – all with their own agendas – would be interested to know who worked with the Americans.
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.
First Platoon author Jacobsen highlighted Woodward’s background, as a CIA clandestine officer, a lawyer, and a former U.S. Army officer as part of her new book.
Woodward spoke to students at Pennsylvania’s Waynesburg University on US Intelligence Challenges.
Prof. John Woodward keynotes at Boston University Academy’s 8th Annual Model UN Conference.
Over 50 scholars, scientists, government officials, law enforcement officers, and students gathered for the conference.
Prof. John Woodward has been appointed a Faculty in Residence at Kilachand Honors College, beginning with the Fall 2019 semester.
Prof. John D. Woodward Jr. discusses the nomination of Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe to the position of Director of National Intelligence.
Several Pardee School faculty members spoke at the event, entitled “The Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and the End of the Great War.”
Students in Prof. John Woodward’s IR 516 Intelligence and Homeland Security class learned about maritime security issues.
Prof. John D. Woodward Jr. hosted Boston-based journalist Michelle McPhee and former federal prosecutor Peter K. Levitt in IR 516 “Intelligence and Homeland Security.”
BUPD Chief Kelly Nee spoke to Pardee School students about the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing and the subsequent investigation.
The Pardee Works series returned with Professors Joseph Wippl and John Woodward discussing career and internship opportunities within the CIA and DIA.
Prof. John D. Woodward, Jr. delivered a talk entitled “The Wicked, Hard Problem of Countering the Use of Biological Weapons.”