Ryan Sudo (SFS’17), a Regional and Comparative Studies major with a focus on Latin America and Asia, will be graduating with a range of impressive experiences under his belt, from spending a summer conducting research around the world to gaining proficiency in the Chinese language.
Jeff Immelt, the Chairman and CEO of General Electric (GE), visited Georgetown University on May 4, 2017, to discuss globalization and the role of private and public leaders in ensuring the ability of the United States to compete in global markets.
Tensions are on the rise between the United States, its ally South Korea, and North Korea. In light of the intensified tenor of the situation on the Korean peninsula, faculty and students in the School of Foreign Service have weighed in on the foreign policy debate and provided analysis.
Professor Matthew Kroenig contextualized the remarks of South Korean PM Moon Jae-in asserting that country’s control over any initiation of war on the peninsula, in an interview with Vox.
Professor Angela Stent discussed the possibility of areas where the United States and Russia could have productive conversations in an interview with PBS New Mexico.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend spoke to a crowd marching for understanding and healing in response to the events at Charlottesville this weekend.
Professor Jacques Berlinerblau discussed his latest book, “Campus Confidential: How College Works, or Doesn’t, for Professors, Parents, and Students,” with WNYC.