Professor Emily Mendenhall proposes new plan to battle the diseases that can worsen AIDS.
Mo Elleithee (SFS’94), a 20-year veteran of national politics and School of Foreign Service alumnus, has been appointed as executive director of Georgetown’s newest institute, the Institute of Politics and Public Service.
The Hague Institute and the Brookings Institution welcomed former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright for the inaugural Madeleine K. Albright Global Justice Lecture on June 17, 2015. Ambassador Albright is the Mortara Distinguished Professor of Diplomacy at Georgetown’s Walsh…
Professor Daniel Byman discusses whether Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula will survive the death of its leader in Foreign Policy.
Professor Charles King questions the notion that reading Russian literature will make you understand how Russians think in The Washington Post.
Professor Matthew Kroenig explains why democracies dominate, thus giving the United States an edge over China in The National Interest.
Ambassador Melanne Verveer discussed what inspires her work and her views on the biggest barriers for women with Flipboard.
Professor Abraham Newman comments on U.S. actions in the FIFA case in The Washington Post and how far the reach of U.S. law goes overseas.
Professor Emad Shahin discussed Egypt’s transformation before and after Morsi’s fall on NPR in Boston.
Professor Erik Voeten explains how the legacy of Watergate allows the United States to prosecute FIFA officials for corruption in The Washington Post.
Professor Emad Shahin discusses his death sentence in absentia by an Egyptian court with NPR.
SFS Professor Ambassador Dennis Ross analyzed Obama’s speech at Adas Israel DC synagogue for the Washington Post.
Professor Emad Shahin speaks with Vice about his death penalty sentence recently issued by an Egyptian court.
Professor Emad Shahin from the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies reflects, in The Atlantic, on fleeing Egypt and his death sentence in absentia by an Egyptian court.
What happens when Arab foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria go home? Professor Daniel Byman analyzes for Brookings.
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.