Examining International Security
Caitlin Talmadge, assistant professor of Political Science and International Affairs, co-authors an article in The Washington Quarterly discussing the U.S. military presence in the Persian Gulf region.
The Institute for Security and Conflict Studies (ISCS) aims to advance scholarship, education, and public understanding in the field of international security and conflict studies.
Web Video Initiative
Marcus King, John O. Rankin associate professor of International Affairs, discusses the links between global climate change and national security, including the relationship between water scarcity and extremism.
Hope Harrison discusses the events surrounding the fall of the Berlin Wall and its impact on Germany in an Elliott School Web Video Initiative interview.
In Patronal Politics: Eurasian Regime Dynamics in Comparative Perspective, Professor Henry Hale proposes a new theory for understanding cycles of democratization, rising authoritarianism, or revolution around the world, using in-depth narratives of the post-1991 political history of all post-Soviet polities that are not in the European Union.
Leon Panettaâ€”former Secretary of Defense and former director of the CIA â€” joins Director Frank Sesno for this School of Media and Public Affairs Conversation Series event, followed by an audience Q&A.
Stressing how much his country has benefitted from times of peace, His Excellency Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of the Republic of Indonesia, asked the U.S.
Renowned Development Economist Sabina Alkire of Oxford to Join GWâ€™s Elliott School of International Affairs
Sabina Alkire, an expert in development economics who directs Oxford Universityâ€™s Poverty and Human Development Initiative, will join GWâ€™s Elliott School of International Affairs as the Oliver T. Carr, Jr. Professor in International Affairs.