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
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
Inaugural Lloyd George Lecture Contemplates Meaning of 1919 in 2018
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SFS Professor Michael Green Succeeds Victor Cha as Director of Asian Studies Program SFS Professor Michael Green Succeeds Victor Cha as Director of Asian Studies Program
SFS Professor Michael Green Succeeds Victor Cha as Director of Asian Studies Program
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SFS Publishes 2017-2018 Edition of SFS Magazine SFS Publishes 2017-2018 Edition of SFS Magazine
SFS Publishes 2017-2018 Edition of SFS Magazine
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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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Student Rebecca Kuang Will Continue her Historical Fiction Work with the Marshall Scholarship Student Rebecca Kuang Will Continue her Historical Fiction Work with the Marshall Scholarship
Student Rebecca Kuang Will Continue her Historical Fiction Work with the Marshall Scholarship
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Matthew Kroenig on Deterring Russia

SFS Professor Matthew Kroenig warns of Russia’s low-yield nuclear capabilities. “I think there’s a lot of evidence right now that Putin is not deterred by our current posture; he thinks he can get away with one of these limited nuclear strikes. And so that’s one of the reasons we have to do something different.”

Dan Byman on the Ethics of Serving in the Trump Administration

Professor and Senior Associate Dean at the SFS, Daniel Byman, urges principled and intelligent people, who wish to pursue a career in government, to do so despite their reservations about the Trump administration. They should not, however, serve with “uncritical loyalty.”