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Georgetown Announces 2018 Commencement Speakers
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Madeleine Albright: Georgetown’s Treasured Professor Active As Ever Madeleine Albright: Georgetown’s Treasured Professor Active As Ever
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SFS Publishes 2017-2018 Edition of SFS Magazine
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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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Secretary of Defense James Mattis Visits Proseminar “American Experience of Modern War Through Literature” Secretary of Defense James Mattis Visits Proseminar “American Experience of Modern War Through Literature”
Secretary of Defense James Mattis Visits Proseminar “American Experience of Modern War Through Literature”
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Lisa Burgoa on how the U.S. should approach relations with Post-Castro Cuba

Lisa Burgoa (SFS’19) contributed to an op-ed recently published by The Hill that argues for shift toward a more pro-business relationship with Cuba. “A pro-business posture allows for increased commercial relations (beyond cigars) that would be more effective in countering the interests of the Cuban military’s monopoly in business.”

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Anna Maria Mayda’s Research on how low-skilled immigration boosts Republican Support

SFS professor Anna Maria Mayda has co-authored a working paper analyzing the relationship between immigration and voter preferences. “We find that an increase in low-skilled immigrants affects the vote of U.S. counties in different ways, but in general tends to push voters towards the Republican Party. Non-urban, low-skill counties with high local public spending strongly increased their Republican vote share in response to low-skilled immigration.”