Mexican migrant workers wait on the side of the road near Bakersfield, California in 1936.

International ·

The Long, Bipartisan History of Dealing with Immigrants Harshly

Trump has expanded and escalated the most punitive policies he inherited from his predecessors.
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Rainbow flags hang outside of the Stonewall Inn.

International ·

The Legacy of the Stonewall Riots

Ahead of the Stonewall riots' 50th anniversary, we spoke with SIS professor Naomi Moland to learn more about the impact of this historic event and the current state of LGBT+ rights movements across the globe.
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The flag of Europe

International ·

To Tackle Major Issues, Europe’s Fractious New Parliament Will Have to Work Together

The European Parliament is more fragmented than ever in its history, which could lead to legislative paralysis.
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The Palestinian flag crossing with the Israeli flag. The word 'peace' is written in Arabic and Hebrew.

Research ·

A Near-Consensus: Israel’s Security Establishment and the Two-State Solution

SIS professor Guy Ziv and his former student, Benjamin Shaver, tell us about examining the opinions of retired generals and former members of the Israeli security establishment.
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SIS School Seal

Achievements ·

SIS Awards 2019

Congratulations to our SIS students, faculty, staff, and alumni award winners!
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Molly McSweyn, Kaitlin Caffrey, and Kristian Gore

Achievements ·

Summer Plans

With summer just around the corner, we chatted with a few of our students to learn about their exciting opportunities.
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Two women in front of books and window

Achievements ·

Appetite for Knowledge: Annelise Straw is the 2019 President’s Award Winner

Straw will finish her SIS master’s degree in December.
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The Cyber 9/12 AU teams

Achievements ·

AU Teams Earn Spots in the Cyber 9/12 Semifinals

Out of the 46 teams that competed in this year's Cyber 9/12 Challenge, both AU teams earned spots in the semifinals, with the CyberEagles winning fourth place and the Cybernaughts winning seventh place.
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Alumni ·

Scholarship Students Study Education, Empowerment, and Equality

Rachel Oguntola, SIS/MA ’20, and Adam Odomore, SIS/MA ’19, are current recipients of the Martin H. Steiner Scholarship.
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Rachel Kronk

Achievements ·

SIS Student Presents Her Findings on French Identity Politics at NCUR

SIS student Rachel Kronk was given the opportunity to present her research, entitled “Politics of National Identity: Muslim Integration Discourse in France,” at this year’s National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
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