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Professor Derrick Cogburn, executive director of AU's Institute on Disability and Public Policy (IDPP) at SIS, presented disability and global governance research at the United Nations.
We asked Professor Sarah Snyder, author of Human Rights Activism and the End of the Cold War: A Transnational History of the Helsinki Network, to reflect on the legacy of the Helsinki Accords:
The “New Thinking and the New G-20” project works to bring new ideas and the perspective of emerging economies to global discussions of policy change and institutional reform.
The SIS Working Papers Series provides faculty the opportunity to circulate and elicit feedback on draft articles and book chapters, and to gain international exposure for their written research findings and policy recommendations.
The inaugural cohort of master’s students in the International Economics (INEC) program graduated in spring 2015.
This article by Hannah Feldman, SIS/BA ’16, first appeared in Pakistan Link. Feldman conducted fieldwork on the experience of Muslim converts in the United States as part of Ambassador Akbar Ahmed's "Researching Islam" course.