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Dr. Thomas C. Schelling
As part of the series of AU events commemorating the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's "Strategy of Peace" address at American University's commencement in June 1963, Dean Goldgeier hosted a Dean's Discussion with Dr. Thomas C. Schelling. Watch the recorded webcast of the event here.
Sponsored by the Germany Embassy, the film documents the journey of a young German Filmmaker that decides to try Transcendental Meditation. His idol, director David Lynch, has assured him personally that Transcendental Meditation is a source of creativity and the key to success.
SIS prepares international relations graduates for global service in government, nonprofits and business.
Congratulations to the Class of 2013, their families, and friends! Let's celebrate all your hard work with festivities at AU.
"One of our key aims this year was to expand the breadth and the depth of undergraduate research in the overall SIS undergraduate experience," said SIS Professor Aaron Boesenecker.
Ambassador Dane Smith: Opinion piece, "Guinea Inches Toward Stability," World Politics Review, May 13.
Professor Matthew Taylor: Opinion piece, "Brazil: The STF, Congress, and Checks and Balances," AULA Blog, May 10.
Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies Professor Akbar Ahmed: Interviewed in "Sharif Will Have Short Honeymoon Period: Former Ambassador," ABC News (Australia), May 13.
Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies Professor Akbar Ahmed: Interviewed in "Quest for an Identity: Young Muslims Struggle to Define themselves in U.S.," Gulfnews.com, May 10.
Professor Matthew Taylor: Interviewed in "Despite Convictions, Brazil Corruption Case Remains Open," The New York Times, May 10.
Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies Professor Akbar Ahmed: Opinion piece, "Pakistan Elections and the Hope for Democracy," Al Jazeera, May 9.