Ambassador Garčević discussed potential policy shifts with the incoming Biden administration with Emmanuel College’s IEMS.
Adil Najam was interviewed on multiple Pakistani TV news channels on the efforts to combat COVID-19 in Pakistan and in USA and on coronavirus in the context of human security.
Prof. Kaija Schilde has been awarded a Research Incubation Award (RIA) from the Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing.
Dean Adil Najam attended a workshop on climate change and security hosted by the German Mission to the United Stations and the think tank Adelphi.
Prof. Jayita Sarkar gave a talk entitled “Peace, Security and Nuclear Issues.”
Professors Selin and Najam are principal investigators on a USIP grant to study expert perceptions on the links between climate change and security in Pakistan.
Prof. Joseph Wippl gave the keynote address as part of the Creating and Challenging the Transatlantic Intelligence Community conference.
Prof. Naoyuki Agawa discussed the future of Japanese foreign and security policies in the age of walls.
Vice Admiral Peter V. Neffenger, TSA Administrator, delivered a guest lecture on transportation security.
Pardee School Dean Adil Najam gave a presentation at the Asia Center of the U.S. Institute of Peace on climate change and security in Asia.
Adil Najam on mounting water tensions between India and Pakistan.
Najam discusses how the Donald Trump candidacy is being viewed internationally.
Prof. John Woodward interviewed on Fox 25 News, Boston, on terrorism and its impact on global travel.
Pardee School Professor John Woodward said that government shutdowns harm national security interests.
The Under Secretary of Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights described the U. S.’s holistic response to countering violent extremism.
Pardee School Professor Joseph Wippl has been profiled by the International Spy Museum in Washington, D. C. for their Spycast podcast series.
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University is proud to welcome a new working group, “The Political Economy of Security.”
Emeritus Pardee Prof. Andrew Bacevich said that Pres. Barack Obama’s request for Congressional approval of military action against ISIL provided an opportunity to critically examine national security strategy.
Emeritus professor Andrew Bacevich slammed the National Security Strategy document released this month by the Obama administration, calling it “what Spam is to a pig: highly processed and short on nutrition.”