Former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Tony Blair talks about governance and development in Africa at Georgetown.
A collection of faculty research updates.
Georgetown alumnus and 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton gives his third lecture in a series, talking about purpose, vision and ‘radical inclusion’ as the hallmarks of successful leaders.
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…
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton presents two distinguished leaders with Georgetown’s Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security.
Georgetown appoints Joel Hellman, chief institutional economist at the World Bank and an expert in global conflict-affected areas and development, as the new School of Foreign Service dean.
Enrolled in the Accelerated Program at Georgetown University, Timothy Loh graduated magna cum laude in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service and is currently a second-year graduate student in the Master of Arts in Arab Studies program.
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.
Dr. Rajiv Shah, former administrator for the U.S. Agency for International Development and SFS distinguished fellow, says America is at risk of losing its leadership role in international aid and development to emerging countries.
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.
Professor Erwin Tiongson conducted an in-the-field study on Filipino migrants in Rome to determine migrants’ willingness to direct remittances to education given different forms of commitment in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
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.
Carrie Hessler-Radelet, director of the Peace Corps, says promoting cross-cultural understanding is key as the organization faces an increasing complex world.
The U.S.-Afghan Women’s Council at Georgetown names First Lady Rula Ghani of Afghanistan its newest honorary co-chair.
“Our shared SFS background means a lot to me as I start my career in the Foreign Service,” said Monty McGee (MSFS’12). “Seeing a fellow Hoya at the pinnacle of his career who is as excited, if not more, than I am is encouraging and inspiring!”
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).
Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Qatar’s Amir, visits Georgetown during his first U.S. trip as leader of the Middle Eastern country for a conversation with Georgetown President John J. DeGioia in historic Gaston Hall.
The Hoya published an article on the Fourth Annual Walsh Exchange, one of the only undergraduate international relations research conferences in the country. The conference will be held the weekend of April 10-12. and will feature a keynote address from…
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.
To celebrate the ten year anniversary of its establishment in Qatar, Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar hosted numerous events in recognition of the school’s achievements spanning the last decade, including a two-day conference, gala celebration and alumni dinner.
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.