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Interim Dean Christine BN Chin poses in the Atrium at the School of International Service.

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Christine BN Chin leads the way as SIS interim dean

On August 9, Professor Christine BN Chin stepped into her new role as interim dean of the School of International Service.
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Greek flag atop stack of Euro coins.

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How Greece could escape debtors’ prison – if Europe opens the door

While Greece and its economy seem to be reviving, Professor Randall Henning explains that debt looms over the country's future.
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The United States Capitol building in Washington, DC.

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Can Congress pressure the White House on human rights?

Professor Sarah Snyder examines the history of how the US balances its foreign policies and US human rights values.
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Dean Goldgeier is standing outside of SIS with arms crossed.

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Goldgeier steps down as SIS dean

On June 21, School of International Service Dean James Goldgeier announced he will step down as Dean effective August 8.
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Syrian and Iraqi refugees wear life vests as they are rescued from a broken boat in the sea and arrive in Greece.

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Confronting the refugee crisis

As the number of displaced persons worldwide reaches an all-time high, Professor Tazreena Sajjad explains the challenges of researching and teaching about migration and refugees.
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Former President George H. W. Bush on a Navy ship, speaking on the phone.

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George HW Bush: America’s last foreign policy president

School of International Service Dean James Goldgeier explores former President George H. W. Bush's foreign policy experience.
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10 ways SIS broke ground

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the SIS groundbreaking ceremony in 1957, we gathered ten groundbreaking moments from the school’s history.
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French National Assembly building lit up with blue, white, and red lights

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Four reasons why the French parliamentary elections matter

Professor Garret Martin outlines why the upcoming French parliamentary elections matter.
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European Union flag.

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Trump to Europe: You’re on your own

Following Donald Trump's meeting with NATO leaders during a recent trip to Europe, SIS Dean James Goldgeier explores what "America First" means for the US's European allies.
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Christopher Rudolph standing and presenting at a panel discussion.

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Power vs. principle in international courts

Professor Christopher Rudolph’s new book explores the balance of human rights principles and power politics that impact international criminal courts.
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