Sultan Mahmoud Amerie, of modern-day Iran, was the first international student to receive a scholarship from the School of Foreign Service.
Professor Charles Kupchan discusses European leadership as the best hope for maintaining the global international system in the face of rising populism in ‘Shadow Government’ from Foreign Policy.
For Bennett Stehr, research, baseball and business fit together neatly at SFS. In his third year at the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Stehr has worked to fulfill both his academic and extracurricular interests at Georgetown, which includes a spot on the varsity baseball team and a Krogh Fellowship.
Tamara Sonn, professor at the Prince Alwaleed Bin-Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, explains the importance of the distinction that the U.S. is not at war with Islam to avoid the risk of legitimizing terrorist claims.
Dennis Wilder, senior fellow at the U.S.-China Initiative, explains that the North Korea policy review ordered by the Trump administration may not be completed quickly due to staffing challenges at the National Security Council.
Anna Scott Bell (MASIA’16) discusses the ways the Asian Studies Program has prepared her for her current job as a Program Associate at the Global Taiwan Institute, a new think tank in Washington, D.C focused on Taiwan, US-Taiwan relations, and cross-Strait relations.
MSFS spotlights Simegnish “Lily” Mengesha, (MSFS’18), a political refugee and exiled journalist from Ethiopia, who came to MSFS this past year seeking a path towards making the world a better place.