Professor Ken Opalo explains on TV2 Africa that term limits are important for political systems in Africa, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, because of the multi-ethnic nature of states and how term limits would contribute to power sharing in a more positive way.
Arick Wierson (SFS’94) urges Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen (SFS’94) to reconsider her defense of the current administration’s practices of child separation at the border. He evokes memories of their time together at Georgetown and emphasizes how the practices she is supporting are in direct contrast to the pillars of humanitarian service and compassion taught at the SFS.
Professor John Walcott was celebrated for reaching his 20 year teaching anniversary. He shared advice with MSFS students learned through his experiences in various national security and journalistic fields.