Professor James Millward discusses China’s target of the Muslim customs of Uighor minority with DW German broadcaster.
The Profiles in Peace: Oral Histories Project through the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security has captured first-hand accounts from over 50 leaders.
A collection of faculty research updates.
Report from The Hoya on the new SFS Dean, World Bank Chief Institutional Economist Joel Hellman, and why his blended experience in academia and development practice was appealing to Georgetown leaders. Hellman will assume his role July 1. He will…
Professor Victor Cha discusses North Korea’s human rights record and whether international pressure on that issue is working for Foreign Policy.
Professor Daniel Byman discusses Yemen’s collapse and whether al Qaeda will be the beneficiary in Foreign Policy.
Professor Charles King’s new book chronicles the birth of modern Istanbul and the fascinating characters behind its reinvention.
Professors Raj Desai and James Vreeland discuss the reasons to appreciate the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank in the Washington Post.
Ariane Tabatabai discusses how hard-liners in Iran will not jeopardize Nuclear Deal for Foreign Policy .
Professor Daniel Byman discusses “Al Qaeda versus ISIS and the Battle for the Soul of Jihad” on the Lawfare Blog.
Professor Bruce Hoffman, Director of the Center for Security Studies, served on the commission which investigated the FBI’s response to the 9/11 Commission’s recommendations in 2004.
Emma Iannini, SFS’16, was featured on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore where she discussed the issue of guns on campuses. Iannini founded the student organization Georgetown Against Gun Violence.
Professor Bruce Hoffman analyzes “Why Terrorism Works” for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
The President of the United States and senior congressional members pay tribute to the university’s 200th anniversary of its charter, signed into law on March 1, 1815.
Professor Bruce Hoffman’s book ‘Anonymous Soldiers’ was reviewed in the New York Times.
For more than 30 years, Ambassador Donald McHenry (H’81) served as Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS).
CCAS Visiting Professor Dr. Emad Shahin speaks with NPR about progress in Egypt since the Arab Spring.
Dr. Rajiv Shah, administrator for the United States Agency for International Development, will join Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service (SFS) faculty as a distinguished fellow.
Professor Daniel Byman in the Security Studies Program discussed “Five Myths About Violent Extremism” in The Washington Post.
Professor Abe Newman, Director of the M.A. in German and European Studies and Associate Professor, published an article entitled “What the ‘right to be forgotten’ means for privacy in a digital age” in Science Magazine.
SFS faculty discuss the political violence in Yemen.
Professor Irfan Nooruddin and Jeh Tirodkar, SFS’16, discuss Prime Minister Modi’s visit to United States for Al Jazeera America.
Ambassador Barbara Bodine, Director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, discusses “Teaching Diplomacy as Process (Not Event): A Practitioner’s Song” in The Foreign Service Journal.
Foreign Policy magazine ranked Georgetown No. 1 in the world for graduate study in international relations for the fourth time.
View image | gettyimages.com SFS Faculty and Alumni discuss the recent acts of terrorism in Paris, including the shooting at Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper. This is a collection of those stories. Convoluted rivalries complicate Paris attack probe Barbara…
Professor Jacques Berlinerblau, Director of the Program for Jewish Civilization, published an article entitled “Teach or Perish” in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Professor Matt Kroenig discussed the Iran Deal for the National Review.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend discussed foreign policy challenges for President Obama’s 2nd Term on Voice of America.
SFS faculty and students discuss Obama’s decision to open diplomatic relations with Cuba.
SFS faculty, students and alumni have been active participants in the national conversation about the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA’s detention and interrogation program.
This is a collection of those stories.