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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.
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Elliott School Welcomes New Dean

Photo: Dean Reuben Brigety adresses the university community in "The Power of Purpose" introduction

Scholarship, Teaching, Ethics and Practice Highlight Dean Brigety’s Plans

October 05, 2015

Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II started his first day as dean of the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs with a public address that detailed his plans to create leaders who can address the world’s most pressing challenges.

Elliott School Spotlight

Armed militant groups expand across Sahara

Ambassador Reuben Brigety discusses the growing threat of militant jihadism in North, West, and East Africa on MSNBC.

The Force of the Future

Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter addresses Elliott School students on what he calls the "Force of the Future" emphasizing openness and innovation.

U.S. Airmen with the 386th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron load pallets of humanitarian relief supplies onto a C-17 G

Paris attacks: Would US troops in Syria play into Islamic State's hands?

Stephen Biddle analyzes the U.S. military strategy in Syria following attacks that left 130 dead in Paris.

Screenshot: Alex Kassirer provides analysis on MSNBC

Alex Kassirer Analyzes Terrorism On-Air and Behind the Scenes

Alex Kassirer (B.A. '13) tracks terrorist activity across social media and the deep dark forums buried in the Web.

Amb. Gnehm: ISIS mustn't change who we are as Americans

Ambassador Edward "Skip" Gnehm went on the Fox News program "Shepard Smith Reporting" to urge public dialogue in the wake of terror attacks.

Logo: The Washington Quarterly (TWQ) Fall 2015 Edition

The Washington Quarterly Fall 2015 Issue

The latest issue of The Washington Quarterly focuses on what happens after the Iran Deal and new policy debates in China.

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