2019 Made History.

International ·

2019 Made History

To help put the last year into perspective, we asked experts from the School of International Service to list what they believe will be remembered as historic in the years to come.
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President Donald Trump

International ·

Syria Military Presence Risks US Credibility with World Community

In northern Syria, Trump has caused US allies and rivals to view American commitments in a new, uncertain light. Other countries may now shift to depend less on the US, weakening national power.
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SIS professor Jesse Ribot at a pottery wheel.

On Campus ·

Five Questions for Jesse Ribot

For our getting-to-know-you series with new SIS faculty, we recently sat down with Jesse Ribot.
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Flags of all the countries in the EU inside the lobby of a building.

On Campus ·

SIS Launches Global CRS

SIS has announced the launch of Global CRS: Europe, a regional immersive experience for master's students interested in European affairs.
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William Hubbard on military deployment in Puerto Lempira, Honduras.

On Campus ·

Creating Inclusive Spaces for SIS’s Military Students

Staff Sergeant William Hubbard (SIS/BA ’11) and SIS professor Terra Gargano discuss how SIS and AU are working to support military students and student veterans on and off campus.
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Children in Nigeria watching Sesame Street

Research ·

How to Get to Sesame Street…in Nigeria

Professor Naomi Moland just published, Can Big Bird Fight Terrorism?: Children’s Television and Globalized Multicultural Education.
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SIS professor Antoaneta Tileva.

On Campus ·

Five Questions for Antoaneta Tileva

For our getting-to-know-you series with new SIS faculty, we spoke with Antoaneta Tileva.
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The AU Cybernauts and CyberEagles with Professor Eric Novotny.

Achievements ·

SIS Graduate Students Test Cyber Policy Knowledge

The AU Cybernauts and CyberEagles participated in a cyber policy crisis simulation at this year's AvengerCon IV, held October 17 and 18 in Columbia, MD.
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Flags of the United States and the United Kingdom.

International ·

Why Doesn’t the US Just Send Anne Sacoolas Back to the UK?

Both sides can point to the Vienna Convention and to diplomatic tradition to support their case.
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MG20's directors and student staff hold up the Japanese flag.

Achievements ·

SIS’s Model G20 Summit Continues to Grow

After a third year of dramatic growth, the Model G20 Summit at SIS has become a well-established tool for training future and current diplomats.
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