SFS Professor Daniel Byman analyzed the pros and cons of actualizing a war against “radical Islam” as some of the senior members of incoming Trump Administration have advocated in Brookings’ Lawfare Blog.
For 35 years, one Georgetown professor taught more students by far than any other instructor. But numbers alone do not tell the story of Carroll Quigley’s impact. Surveys of alumni, and stories from those he taught and mentored, show how this man was most admired.
Combining her interests in education and international development, Claire Reardon (SFS’17) decided to major in Culture and Politics with a focus on Inequality in Education. Through her studies, she has been able to look at the intersection of these two fields.
Professor Angela Stent, director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, comments on Putin’s objectives with a relationship with President Trump, including lifting tough economic sanctions.
Noah Manyika (MSFS’87) recently registered a new political party, called Build Zimbabwe Alliance (BZA), in his native country of Zimbabwe.
Newly elected Speaker of the House in the New Mexico state government, alum Brian Egolf (SFS’99), will take on negotiations toward a balanced budget in the state.
Professor Ariane Tabatabai overviewed the dynamics of the U.S.-Iran relationship and the implications of the transition to the Trump administration for that relationship in Lawfare.