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Richard Norland (SFS’77) Nominated to be U.S. Ambassador to Libya

Richard Norland (SFS’77) has been nominated by President Trump to be the next United States Ambassador to Libya. If approved by the Senate, Norland will take up his third ambassadorial posting having previously served in that role in Uzbekistan and and Georgia. He also acted as the Foreign Policy Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff since 2016.

Emily Mendenhall: A STIA Professor Rethinking Global Health

    Monday, June 24, 2019 by Percy Metcalfe Recently named Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor, medical anthropologist Emily Mendenhall of the Science, Technology and International Affairs (STIA) program of the School of Foreign Service is uniquely prepared to understand and…

Professor Elizabeth Saunders on Trump’s Handling of Iran

Professor Elizabeth Saunders was recently quoted in an article about President Trump’s decision to halt retaliatory strikes against Iran. Trump responded to pundits’ struggle to define him as either a “hawk” or “dove.”  Saunders said, “I don’t think he’s looking for a major intervention and a major war. He has in the past been receptive to pinpoint strikes that demonstrate strikes that show strength. Such an option may be completely illusory, but if it could be sold to him that way, that’s what he could grab on to.”