Prof. Jeremy Menchik spoke at the forum hosted by the United States-Indonesia Society in Washington D.C.
Author and Professor Justin Gest discussed the politics of the white working class in relation to immigration and inequality.
Pack your suitcases – the Pardee School is leading a trip to Washington, DC!
Jessica Stern testified before the Committee on Homeland Security in Washington, D. C. on Wednesday, Jan. 20.
Pardee School faculty give their views on what was the most important international story of 2015. Syria and the rise of ISIS was the overwhelming choice.
Pardee School Professor Timothy Longman said that President Kagame’s attempts to stay in power were causing a crisis in Rwanda.
Pardee School Professor John Woodward highlights a surprising consequence of the potential government shutdown – the harm it could do to national security.
Pardee School Professor Henrik Selin said that the next president elected in the U. S. should be bold on environmental issues.
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein said that the normalization of diplomatic relations between the U. S. and Cuba was a welcome change.
Joel Fajardo brings his Pardee School wisdom to the community of San Fernando, serving as their first openly gay mayor.
Pardee School Emeritus Professor Andrew Bacevich says that the Presidential candidate most likely to offer substantive insight on foreign policy issues is one most voters have never heard of.
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University is proud to welcome a new working group, “The Political Economy of Security.”
Scholars gathered at the Pardee School for a symposium on religion and politics co-hosted by Boston University’s Center for the Study of Asia and Harvard University’s Fairbank Center for the Study of China.
The Pardee School of Global Studies is proud to announce the latest installment in their Inaugural Lecture Series, “The Politics of Leadership in China.”
Thomas Berger, professor at the Pardee School, said that Germany stands on an economic and political brink after a right-wing protest this week.
Vivien Schmidt discussed the Eurozone Crisis at the Annual Conference of the EU Commission’s Directorate-General of Economics and Finance.
The talk covered what the midterm elections will mean for ISIS, China, or Israel.
Pardee School professor Bob Loftis spoke at “Beyond the Headlines @Pardee School” on the challenges of supporting rebel groups in war-torn countries.
Cornel Ban encourages President-Elect Klaus Iohannis of Romania to consider the social needs of his people as he enters office.