SFS Research

  • The Institute for the Study of Diplomacy PUBLISHES REPORT ON THE FUTURE OF THE ARCTIC

    The Institute for the Study of Diplomacy PUBLISHES REPORT ON THE FUTURE OF THE ARCTIC

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Faculty Research

Edelstein Examines Persistence of Great Power Politics

David Edelstein, Associate Professor of International Affairs in the Center for Security Studies, published an essay about the future of great power politics and the potential for conflict as part of a policy roundtable following a Perry World House colloquium. As the U.S. is in relative decline and Russia and China become more assertive, Edelstein says, “the implications are likely to be more competition and, indeed, the possibility of great power war.”

Cha co-authors new report on undeclared Sino-ri Missile Operating Base in North Korea

A new report from Beyond Parallel of the Center for Strategic and International Studies has identified an undeclared North Korean ballistic missile base, Sino-ri. Professor Victor Cha is one of the authors on the report. “While diplomacy is critical, and should be the primary way to resolve the North Korean nuclear problem, any future agreement must take account of all of the operational missile base facilities that are a threat to U.S. and South Korean security,” the report states.

Student Research

Centers and Institutes

IOM Iraq, along with Georgetown’s ISIM and CCAS, Publish “Access to Durable Solutions Among IDPs in Iraq”

The Georgetown Institute for the Study of Migration (ISIM) and Center for Contemporary Arab Studies partnered with the International Organization for Migration in Iraq to publish “Access to Durable Solutions Among IDPs in Iraq,” the second installation of a two-part study about challenges and survival strategies of Iraqi IDPs who were displaced by ISIL between January 2014 and December 2015 to the 4 governorates of Baghdad, Basra, Kirkuk, and Sulaymaniyah.

GIWPS Study Referenced in Article on Pakistani Policewoman

This Nasdaq article, detailing the heroism of Pakistani policewoman Suhai Aziz Talpur during a recent attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi, references a study performed by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security which ranked Pakistan as the fourth worst country for women. The article uses the study to illustrate the point that strong women such as Talpur, a “potential feminist icon,” are helping to change the perception and role of women in their country.