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Nationalism and the Logic of Russian Actions in Ukraine

August 21, 2014

Henry Hale discusses how nationalism has contributed to Russian actions in Ukraine in an article for the Carnegie Forum on Rebuilding U.S.-Russia Relations.

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International Affairs Inbox

In the International Affairs Inbox series — part of the Web Video Initiative  — Elliott School faculty provide nonpartisan analyses of critical international issues, the challenges they entail, and options for the international community.

photo compilation: Charlie Glaser and Paul Williams

Woodrow Wilson Fellows

Congratulations to Professors Charles Glaser and Paul Williams, selected as members of the Woodrow Wilson Center 2014–2015 Fellowship Class.

GW Making History

Elliott School faculty member James Foster, professor of economics and international affairs, was impressed by our location from the start.

Spotlight on Students

No Case for a U.S.-China Space Race

Elliott School graduate student Zack Hester (M.A. ISTP, 2015), discusses China's space activities in Space News.

GW, State Department Team Up for International Students Webinar

Elliott School senior Omayra Chuquihuara co-hosted a one-hour webinar — “Adapting to American Campus Culture” — through the U.S. Department of State’s EducationUSA series.

Elliott School Student Goes Inside the White House

Sophomore Gidon Feen answers 10 questions about his experience as a White House intern.

A Brighter Energy Future?

In March 2014, Elliott School graduate students Courtney Peterson, Doug Murray, and Cameron Khodabakhsh traveled to Bangkok, Thailand to conduct research on the country’s solar energy policies.

Undergraduate Scholar Studies Repatriation in Burma

Elliott School senior Keila Franks is a planner.  But in June 2013, as she secretly entered a Burmese refugee camp on the Thailand-Burma border—officially off limits to foreigners—she began to realize that her plans could not predict everything.

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International Affairs Inbox

August 26, 2014

In the International Affairs Inbox series — part of the Web Video Initiative  — Elliott School faculty provide nonpartisan analyses of critical international issues, the challenges they entail, and options for the international community.