A group of people outside of the White House, protesting the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Photo credit: Chris DeRidder and Hans VandenNieuwendijk / Shutterstock.com

Government & Politics ·

Why Media Matters When It Comes to US Torture Policy

Professor Joe Young spoke with us about his latest book as well as Americans' views of torture policy.
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Ripe orange hanging on tree with other trees in background

International ·

Who Is Rural America, Really?

SIS professor Garrett Graddy-Lovelace and several colleagues shine a bright light on a misunderstood place: rural America.
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SIS alumna Kayly Ober conducted field research in 2015 in Northern Thailand.

Alumni ·

SIS Alumna Kayly Ober Advocates for People Displaced by Climate Change at Refugees International

Kayly Ober (SIS/BA ‘08) researches and reports on climate change, migration, and displacement issues as the senior advocate and program manager of Refugees International's Climate Displacement program.
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Joe Biden.

International ·

Foreign Policy Is Biden’s Best Bet for Bipartisan Action, Experts Say

A survey of 800 foreign policy experts identified four international issues where Republicans and Democrats may actually cooperate to get something done – and one area of severe disagreement.
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2020 Made History

International ·

2020 Made History

SIS faculty list the year's events that they believe will make it into future history books.
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Micaela Vivero.

Alumni ·

SIS Alumna Micaela Vivero Fights Child Labor at GoodWeave International

SIS alumna Micaela Vivero puts to good use her master’s degree from SIS and her extensive experience in global marketing and communications as the new vice president of communications at GoodWeave International.
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SIS professor Audrey Kurth Cronin.

Achievements ·

SIS Professor Audrey Kurth Cronin Wins 2020 Neave Book Prize

Professor Audrey Kurth Cronin was awarded the 2020 Neave Book Prize for "Power to the People: How Open Technological Innovation is Arming Tomorrow's Terrorists."
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President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan with a Turkish flag overlay.

International ·

The Current State of Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Professor Doga Eralp describes the current state of affairs in Turkey and what the US-Turkey relationship might look like during a Biden administration.
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Judith slaying Holofernes, by Artemisia Gentileschi

International ·

Why It’s Important to See Women as Capable…of Terrible Atrocities

Women continue to be stereotyped as passive and meek. For this reason, international courts often let women war criminals off the hook.
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SIS Professor Daniel Gerstein

On Campus ·

Daniel Gerstein: Veteran, Scholar, and SIS Professor

Professor Daniel Gerstein's military experiences shaped his scholarly work as well as his teaching.
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