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SFS Ranked Among the Best Schools to Study International Affairs by Foreign Policy SFS Ranked Among the Best Schools to Study International Affairs by Foreign Policy
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Inaugural Lloyd George Lecture Contemplates Meaning of 1919 in 2018 Inaugural Lloyd George Lecture Contemplates Meaning of 1919 in 2018
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Keir Lieber Brings Expertise in International Security and Strategy to Helm at Center for Security Studies Keir Lieber Brings Expertise in International Security and Strategy to Helm at Center for Security Studies
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Outgoing Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf spoke on the country’s recent elections, the pending transition of power, and women’s leadership in Africa Outgoing Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf spoke on the country’s recent elections, the pending transition of power, and women’s leadership in Africa
Outgoing Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf spoke on the country's recent elections, the pending transition of power, and women's leadership in Africa
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Matthew Kroenig

Kroenig Argues Pompeo-Kim meeting is “good news”

SFS Professor Matthew Kroenig views the meeting between tSecretary of State-elect Mike Pompeo and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un as a positive development. In anticipation of the potential meeting between Kim and President Trump, “[Secretary Pompeo] is laying the groundwork necessary for a productive meeting,” adds Kroenig.

Kate Donald on women farmers in New Hampshire

Kate Donald (SFS’94) discusses her experience as an owner of a farm in her native New Hampshire. “I was interested in making a change and getting involved, finding a useful thing to do with my life”, says Donald about her motivation for joining this male-dominated line of work.

Angela Stent

Stent Addresses White House Disunity on Russia policy

SFS Professor Angela Stent addresses for The Washington Post the disconnect between President Trump and his advisers on Russia, with the president preferring “a much more open and friendly policy”. “The United States essentially has three Russia policies: the president’s, the executive branch’s and Congress’s”, adds Stent.