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Fike in MSFS’s Alumni Spotlight

The Alumni Spotlight series covered Verinda Fike (MSFS’09), who currently manages the China portfolio at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency. USTDA focuses on connecting U.S. companies to infrastructure development opportunities in emerging markets. Fike remarked on her experience at USTDA as “incredibly rewarding.”

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Thomas Clinton (SFS’40) looks back on hearing the news of Pearl Harbor

Thomas Clinton had graduated from Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in 1940 and was working in New York City when he joined the Army Reserve. When he got the news that Japan had bombed Pearl Harbor, he knew life was about to change. He reflected on his experience in the Sidney Daily News.

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Shaffer Discusses Uncertainties Underlying OPEC Production Cut

In an op ed for The Hill, CERES Visiting Researcher Brenda Shaffer discussed how OPEC’s announcement to cut global oil production may “propel oil back onto the Washington agenda.” Shaffer also mentioned that short-term price changes in oil should not cause doubt over a long-term increase in the price of oil.