Goldstein Keynote Explores League of Nations and Global Peacekeeping
In his remarks, Professor Goldstein discusses how throughout the League of Nations’ active existence, Britain followed a dual-track diplomacy, actively engaging with the League and its many sub-organs, while on the other hand frequently making use of Great Power conferences.
Goldstein Releases New Book: “The Road to Pearl Harbor“
Professor Goldstein’s latest book offers a timely examination of the conflict in the Pacific prior to the attacks on Pearl Harbor and offers lessons applicable to understanding contemporary Great Power flash points between Asia and the West.
Heine Among the Founding Members of Diplomats Without Borders
DWB will bring together a diverse pool of former diplomats, supported by relevant experts, to offer conflict prevention/resolution, advice and training on a pro bono basis, globally, to both state and non-state actors, including governments, civil society, private sector, educational institutions, and faith-based institutions.
Sarkar Gives Keynote at Natick High School on Peace and Security
Prof. Jayita Sarkar gave a talk entitled “Peace, Security and Nuclear Issues.”
Policy Leaders Forum: Pardee School Hosts Dr. Tal Becker
The Policy Leaders Forum brings senior international policy makers to Boston University for important policy conversations with faculty and students.
Palmer in Miami Herald on Colombian Peace Agreement
Prof. David Scott Palmer discusses the significance of a treaty between the Colombian government and the biggest guerrilla group in the country.