The National Monument in Tunis, Tunisia.

International ·

5 Things to Know about Tunisia’s Democracy Struggle

We asked SIS professor Anders Hardig to share with us five things to know about the state of Tunisia’s democracy.
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Christopher Abanavas, Gordon Adams, Sophia Celeste Vos, Carl LeVan, Maren Lujan, Naomi Moland, Ammarah Rehman, Jesse Ribot, and Sally Shelton-Colby.

International ·

75 Years of Fulbright: How the Program Has Impacted the SIS Community

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Fulbright program as well as its importance to the SIS community, we spoke with several faculty and alumni about their Fulbright experiences.
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El Capitolio in Havana, Cuba.

International ·

Cuba's Historic Protests and US-Cuban Relations

We spoke with SIS professor emeritus Philip Brenner, who specializes in US-Cuba relations, to learn more about what sparked the recent unrest in Cuba.
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Mashal Shabbir, Marie Fares, and Mayra Cuevas.

Research ·

SIS Faculty and Students Collaborate on International Research Projects

Since the Research on International Policy Implementation Lab launched at SIS in August 2020, SIS professor Susanna Campbell has spearheaded five new research projects and hired a number of SIS PhD and MA students to work on them.
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Haitian President Jovenel Moïse on stage at the Miramar Cultural Center in Florida in 2018. He spoke to a capacity audience about Haiti's progress during his first year in office. Photo Credit: Gregory Reed / Shutterstock.com

International ·

Understanding More about Haiti and the Assassination of President Jovenel Moïse

SIS professor Scott Freeman discusses the circumstances leading up to and the implications of the Haitian president's assassination.
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Guatemalan flag behind fence topped with razor wire

International ·

To Survive Prison in Guatemala, Male Inmates Rely on Their Visitors

SIS professor Anthony Fontes won the Best Article award in the Journal of Latin American Studies for his co-authored article about the Guatemalan prison system’s economic and social norms. In this interview, he answers questions about the article.
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Horace Bartilow

Announcement ·

Political Scientist Horace Bartilow Joins SIS in Fall 2021

Professor Horace Bartilow aims to make academic contributions that broaden the perspective of international relations study beyond its traditional Western focus.
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COVID-19 vaccination drive for medical personnel in Banyumas, Indonesia.

International ·

Global Herd Immunity Remains Out of Reach Because of Inequitable Vaccine Distribution

The high costs of the world's colossally unequal COVID-19 immunization rates.
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Tanzania national flag pattern on medical mask on black wooden background.

International ·

Overcoming Denialism from the Top: Tanzania’s COVID-19 Response

We spoke with SIS professor Nina Yamanis about the challenges and adaptations made by local health officials in Tanzania working to contain and manage COVID-19 despite denialism and a limited national government-led response.
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Danya Hamad

Achievements ·

At Nineteen, Danya Hamad is Youngest-Ever SIS Master of International Relations Graduate

Danya Hamad (SIS/MA ’21) has graduated with a Master in International Relations from SIS at just 19 years old.
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