Events Alert listserv signup

Elliott School Academic Programs Rank in the Top 10

The Elliott School of International Affairs' bachelor's and master's programs were ranked among the top ten international affairs programs in the United States by the Teaching, Research, and International Policy (TRIP) survey as reported in Foreign Policy.
» Read "Elliott School Recognized in Foreign Policy Magazine’s Top 10 List" on GWToday

Making History: The Campaign for GW

Together, we will raise $1 billion by 2018 to support students, enhance academics, and break new ground at the George Washington University.

Elliott School Welcomes New Dean

photo: Amb. Reuben E. Brigety, II

Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II Named Elliott School Dean

August 03, 2015

Dr. Brigety currently represents the United States to the African Union and to the UN Economic Commission of Africa.

Spotlight on Faculty

Jay Shambaugh, Professor of Economics and International Affairs; Director, Institute for International Economic Policy

Obama Appoints Economist Shambaugh to Council of Economic Advisers

August 26, 2015

Jay Shambaugh joins the three-member White House Council of Economic Advisers providing analysis and advice to President Barack Obama.

The US Military Should Deploy More Troops as UN Peacekeepers

August 25, 2015

Paul Williams authors op-ed in Defense One calling on the U.S. to contribute more UN peacekeeping troops.

Obama and the Middle East

August 17, 2015

Marc Lynch analyzes President Obama's Middle East strategy in Foreign Affairs.

A Closer Look at U.S.-Cuba Relations

August 17, 2015

Cynthia McClintock and Lino Gutierrez offer insight into the future of U.S.-Cuba relations following the reopening of the U.S. Embassy in Havana.

logo: The Washington Quarterly

The Washington Quarterly Summer 2015 Issue

The latest issue of The Washington Quarterly, focuses on Vladimir Putin and Russian foreign policy.

What We're Tweeting