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.
Natalia Saraeva (MSFS’10) has been selected to be a member of the inaugural cohort of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Project Leadership Institute.
In an article in Defense News, Professor Matthew Kroenig expresses his view that that NATO must deploy additional nuclear capabilities in order to maintain its deterrence against North Korea.
Professor Ariane Tabatabai discusses Oman’s recent shift toward Saudi Arabia, indicated by its signing of the IMAFT, in the context of Oman’s decades-long balancing strategy between Saudi Arabia and Iran in Foreign Affairs.
Executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security Melanne Verveer commented on the gender lens and the glass ceiling in the 2016 election in the New York Times.