Our electronic newsletter Briefing is designed to keep you up-to-date on the latest developments at the Elliott School and the achievements of our students, faculty, and alumni.
In October, our GW faculty colleague Jim Lebovic organized an extraordinary conference of nearly 400 scholars in the field of international security studies. GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs was pleased to support and host this tremendous gathering, in conjunction with the International Studies Association and the American Political Science Association. The theme of the conference — Bridging the Academic/Policy Divide — is deeply embedded in the Elliott School’s institutional DNA.
GW’s Institute for International Economic Policy (IIEP) hosted its sixth annual Conference on China's Economic Development and U.S.-China Economic Relationship — or the “G2 at GW” — in early November 2013. The conference, which has become one of IIEP’s signature events, brought together scholars and practitioners for a full-day discussion of China’s economy as well as its economic relationship with the United States.
The Diplomatic Courier, a global affairs magazine, published its third annual Top 99 under 33 Foreign Policy Leaders list this Fall, and three Elliott School graduates are among those recognized. According to the Courier, the finalists, who were chosen by their peers, represent a “community of the brightest and most innovative minds of the time.”
In his new book Conservative Internationalism: Ar
What started as a hobby, borne out of a hand-me-down camera received as a gift a decade ago, has become a once-in-a-lifetime journey for Elliott School senior Katherine Wynne.
The November 2013 nuclear deal with Iran has the potential to change the security landscape in the Persian Gulf region and around the world.
As negotiators worked toward a groundbreaking nuclear deal with Iran this past November, halfway across the globe Elliott School sophomore Sahil Shah took part in a historic meeting of global nuclear policy leaders in Singapore.