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  • Agency Change Book Cover (Robert Kelley)

    Professor’s Book Examines Non-State Actors in Diplomacy

    Assistant Professor Robert Kelley’s new book, Agency Change: Diplomatic Action Beyond the State, examines the rise and power of non-state actors in diplomacy.
    March 10, 2015

  • Professor and Mohammed Said Farsi Chair of Islamic Peace Abdul Aziz Said

    SIS Honors Retiring Senior Faculty Members

    Several senior School of international Service faculty members have elected to retire this year. Below are notes that were sent to the SIS community from Dean Jim Goldgeier about these professors’ remarkable accomplishments and contributions.
    March 6, 2015

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    Spotlight on the Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs Program

    The Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs (EPGA) program at the School of International Service offers an ethical response to contemporary global problems.
    March 3, 2015

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    Class Explores DC Immigrant Housing

    An honors-level research class at SIS is collaborating with the nonprofit organization DC Doors to raise awareness about the homeless immigrant population in Washington, DC. DC Doors is led by SIS alum Janethe Peña, SIS/BA ’02.
    February 25, 2015

  • Distinguished Practitioner in Residence Lt. Gen. David Barno (Ret.), Distinguished Scholar in Residence Nora Bensahel, and Distinguished Journalist in Residence David Gregory debated U.S. strategy on terrorism at a SIS Special Forum on February 3.

    SIS Experts Debate Responses to Terrorism

    The United States and its allies are grappling with how to combat extremism and prevent and respond to terrorism. A panel discussion at SIS on February 3 -- U.S. and European Responses to Terrorism: Do We Have It Right? -- addressed these challenges.
    February 19, 2015

  • Assistant Professor Simon Nicholson

    Climate Engineering – Three Questions for Simon Nicholson

    A panel convened by the National Research Council of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences recently released a report that called for further study of climate engineering. We asked Assistant Professor Simon Nicholson for some insights:
    February 18, 2015

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