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Logo: The Washington Quarterly (TWQ) Summer 2017 Edition

The Washington Quarterly Summer 2017 Issue

The Summer 2017 issue of The Washington Quarterly is out! Highlighting Prime Minister Modi's foreign policy plan, India's quest for a neoliberal order, and how the country could become a more active regional security partner.

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Michael Moore delivers the 2017 charge to the graduates

Professor Michael Moore winner of the Harry Harding Teaching Award

Congratulations to Michael O. Moore, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, winner of the 2017 Harry Harding Teaching Award.

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Making History: The Campaign for GW Surpasses $1 Billion Goal

George Washington University Board of Trustees Chair Nelson Carbonell and President Steven Knapp announced Friday at the Senior Class Toast that Making History: The Campaign for GW has surpassed its $1 billion fundraising goal more than a year ahead of schedule. Thanks a billion to all Elliott School donors!

George Washington President Steven Knapp (right) awards the GW President’s Medal to former ambassador Edward ‘Skip’ Gnehm Jr. (P

Edward 'Skip' Gnehm Jr. Awarded GW President's Medal

Former ambassador Edward “Skip” Gnehm Jr., the Elliott School of International Affairs’ Kuwait Professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs, was awarded the President’s Medal on May 11.

Spotlight on Students and Alumni

Laura Gomez, an international student, leveraged her connections and extracurriculars into a position at the World Bank. (Willia

How I Got the Job: International Student ‘Prepared for Everything’

Laura Gomez, an international student, leveraged her connections and extracurriculars into a position at the World Bank.

Frank Wong gives talk to students

Earning a Seat at the Table

A full house of students and alumni gained insight from a global pro on Friday, April 28, when Elliott School alumnus Frank Wong, president of Scholastic Asia, dropped by GW’s Alumni House for a candid conversation about what it takes to earn a seat at the international business table.

Associate Dean Mylonas meets with ESIA Alumni in Beijing

An Evening Discussion with Associate Dean Harris Mylonas and ESIA Alumni in Beijing

Several Elliott School alumni who live and work in Beijing met with Associate Dean for Research, Harris Mylonas on April 29th. They discussed life after graduation, current affairs and the various ways that they can keep in touch with the Elliott School.

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