Heine Explores Prospect of Argentina Joining BRICS
Ambassador Heine argues that by considering BRICS membership, Argentina is applying the principles of “active non-alignment” in its foreign policy and may well join forces with countries that are reshaping global affairs.
Chehabi Publishes Article on Iranian Political Society
“The conservatives’ control of all [Iranian] institutions comes at a price: a narrowing of the regime’s social base and thus its legitimacy.”
Heine Publishes Essay on China-Latin America Relations
“Despite the pandemic and United States-China rivalry, trade relations between China and Latin America, particularly with South America, will continue to grow.”
Sarkar Presents Research at Georgetown, Wilson Center
Prof. Jayita Sarkar recently presented her research at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and at the Wilson Center.
Berger Gives Series of Talks on US-Japan Alliance
Prof. Thomas Berger has given a series of talks this summer on topics including the US-Japan alliance.
Berger Awarded Wilson Center Fellowship
Pardee Professor Thomas Berger has been awarded a prestigious Wilson Center Fellowship for 2016. He will study maritime issues in Asia.