The international community has come to see soft power and cultural diplomacy play a more significant role within U.S. Foreign Policy and international relations in general, sometimes helping to build multi-lateral consensus, as opposed to confrontation. The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy's bi-annual conference on US Foreign Policy brings together diplomats and academics from multiple countries …more
Karen Shakhnazarov's first war film White Tiger, was inspired by Herman Melville's Moby Dick and was Russia's contender in the best foreign-language movie Oscar for 2012. After Red Army Sergeant Ivan Naydenov barely survives a brutal battle with a mysterious Panzer tank, he becomes obsessed with destroying it at any cost.
This event at the Russian Embassy is open to all AU and DC Consortium …more
This event, sponsored by the Department of History and the Career Center, is a chance for all interested students to learn about possible career choices with an undergraduate degree in history. A panel of History Department alumns will share their experiences during and after their time at AU. Food will be served.
Join the College of Arts and Sciences for an exploration of graduate school. Graduate Studies Day gives prospective students an opportunity to meet with faculty, current students, and graduate admissions staff to learn more about our graduate programs and what it's like to be a student in the College. Individuals meet with faculty in their prospective department to learn about the program they're …more
Round-table discussion of contemporary relations between Russia and the US between students from American University (Washington, DC) and MGIMO University (Moscow) moderated by Matthew Rojansky (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) and Anton Fedyashin (American University). The roundtable will precede the symposium dedicated to the Kennedy address and one student will present the …more