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.
“At MSFS, you are drilled through the skills that result in high quality decision-making and exercising great judgment,” Moore said. “That’s how I could go from a Program Officer to Public Works Minister-Designate in five years.”
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.
When women participate in peace processes, “often overlooked issues such as human rights, individual justice, national reconciliation, economic renewal are often brought to the forefront,” former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said today at Georgetown.
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.
Three students and an alumna from Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in Doha, Qatar, are coming together to build a school in a village inhabited by Afghan refugees in Islamabad, Pakistan.
In her eighth year at Georgetown, Professor Katherine Marshall is pressing ahead with her work to bridge the worlds of faith-inspired and secular international development efforts.
Each year, three SFS Freshmen are selected for a unique, four-year research program sponsored by the Mortara Center for International Studies and the School of Foreign Service.
Jeremy Konyndyk (MSFS ‘03), Director of USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, has been working in disaster relief for many years but the Ebola epidemic raging in West Africa now is the first time he has seen this disease cause an outbreak of such scope.
Dr. Joanna Lewis, Associate Professor of Science, Technology, and International Affairs at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, explained the significance of the US-China climate announcement at APEC.
GHD Students Mary Dominic and Seamus Regan spent their summer interning in Liberia, before the Ebola epidemic forced them to depart early.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks about the power of women’s economic participation during the relaunch of the International Council on Women’s Business Leadership at Georgetown.
Colin Kahl, associate professor in the Security Studies program at the School of Foreign Service, has been tapped to serve as National Security Advisor to Vice President Biden, as well as Deputy Assistant to the President.
The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS) sponsored a symposium on education for girls in Nigeria, where the militant group Boko Haram kidnapped hundreds of them this past April.
United Nations Under Secretary General Sigrid Kaag called the dismantling of Syria’s chemical weapons “a huge international endeavor” at a talk last night at Georgetown.
Hannah Morris, a Master of Arts in German and European Studies (MAGES) student, developed a story for NPR based on her summer experience in Warsaw, Poland where she was interning. “Reclaiming Eastern European Jewish Identity Through Soccer” aired on “It’s…
SFS faculty have been active participants in the national conversation about the growing power of the terrorist group ISIS in Iraq and Syria and what that means for the future of Iraq. This is a collection of those stories. …
A collection of recent research by SFS faculty members.
Angela Stent, Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, is the winner of the 2014 Douglas Dillon Award for her book “The Limits of Partnership.” Since 1995, the American Academy of Diplomacy has celebrated distinguished writing…
Two priests teach a course on new Holocaust research findings through the Program for Jewish Civilization (PJC) in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service (SFS).
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, award-winning author of Purple Hibiscus, Half of a Yellow Sun and Americanah, discussed her career during a talk at Georgetown today.
The university remembers Carol Lancaster, the former School of Foreign Service dean, who died today and was near and dear to the hearts of countless Georgetown students, faculty, alumni and staff.
Jairam Ramesh looked toward the future – to a conference set in Paris in 2015 – where it is expected that an international agreement on climate change will finally be reached. Mr. Ramesh, Member of Parliament in India and India’s chief negotiator at the international climate change conferences in 2009 and 2010, addressed climate change negotiations from the past 20 years as well as upcoming talks in a lecture sponsored by the SFS Asian Studies Program and the Georgetown-India Dialogue last Friday.
Christine Lagarde, managing director for the International Monetary Fund, told a Georgetown audience that the current level of global economic growth will be insufficient to address the world’s most complex challenges.
Georgetown held an interdisciplinary symposium on the rapidly growing Ebola epidemic in West Africa, demonstrating yet again its ability to address multiple dimensions of the crisis, including medical, legal, ethical, political and security issues.
Sharon Kelly McBride (F’98) looks back at her time at Georgetown and how that exposure to the world of international relations led to her current work in advocacy at Human Rights First.