Mako Joins Panel Exploring Future of New Iraqi Government
Professor Mako details the significance of foreign intervention for Iraqi sovereignty, particularly the Turkish and Iranian military intervention and the 2003 U.S. invasion and subsequent military interventions, which she argued led to fragmentation on multiple levels.
GWU Hosts Heine for Webinar on Active Non-Alignment for Latin America
Ambassador Heine argues that a policy of active non-alignment is especially urgent given the ongoing and divisive war in Ukraine as well as the financial crisis in Latin America, the worst in 120 years.
Najam Discusses Global Climate Justice on CFR Webinar
According to Professor Najam, the world finds itself in a situation where the effects of climate change are being felt by those who have been contributing the least to greenhouse emissions, the result of which is a crisis of climate justice.
Heine Joins Webinar on Active Non-Alignment Doctrine
Ambassador Heine elaborated on the origins and evolution of the Active Non-Alignment doctrine for Latin America, why it has resonated so much, as well as how the Ukraine war has given new impetus to Non-Alignment globally.
Heine Breaks Down Findings of His Latest Book During ESPAE Webinar
In his presentation, Professor Heine elaborated on the secret behind the so-called “Chinese miracle,” and the factors that have driven China’s fast-paced growth over the past forty years.
Heine Joins University of Chile Panel on the Summit of the Americas
The Institute of International Studies of the University of Chile convened regional experts for a webinar to explore what issues will be covered during the Summit and how they will shape multilateralism on the continent.
Heine Discusses New Journal Issue on Geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific
In his article in the latest issue of the journal “Pensamiento Propio,” Ambassador Heine discusses the global shift in attention towards the Indo-Pacific in recent years, with new security agreements such as AUKUS focussing attention on the region.
Goldstein Discusses Greek Geopolitics and Foreign Policy on LSE Panel
Panelists examined the intersection of geography and politics accounts for Greece’s external relations and to what extent it provides a useful link in understanding Greece’s international position in 1821 and the 21st Century.
Fewsmith Joins Oxford Panel on China’s Government
Professor Fewsmith discusses the rise of the Chinese Communist Party, how leaders in the party have garnered power throughout history, the divides in Chinese society, as well as the problems that plague the party today.
Najam Discusses Lessons & Opportunities of COVID
In his remarks, Najam commented on the lack of a multilateral response during the pandemic, the environmental impacts of COVID-19, as well as what the post-COVID future might look like.
Heine Participates in Webinar on Chile’s Constitution
What principles of foreign policy that should be included in Chile’s new constitution?
Heine Participates in Webinar on ASEAN
Ambassador Heine and fellow experts delve into the most relevant geopolitical variables allowing the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to play an increasingly strategic role in the region.
Pardee Center Hosts Webinar on Future of Sustainable Development
Expert panelists discussed the future of sustainable development in “The World After Coronavirus.”
Heine Discusses the Current Crisis of Multilateralism
Why is the crisis of multilateralism so deep now, at a time when we need global collaboration more than ever?
Pardee Center Hosts Webinar on Biography of Resistance
Professor Muhammad H. Zaman discusses his newest book, Biography of Resistance: The Epic Battle Between People and Pathogens.
CSE Hosts Workshop on Russian Media Influence
The Pardee School’s Center for the Study of Europe hosted a special virtual workshop on Russian media influence in the U.S. and Europe.
Stern Gives Webinar on Terrorism
Prof. Jessica Stern, one of the country’s leading terrorism experts, spoke as part of a webinar organized by the Boston University Loyalty Society.