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Logo: The Washington Quarterly (TWQ) Fall 2016 Edition

The Washington Quarterly Fall 2016 Issue

The latest issue of The Washington Quarterly features a section called "China Faces the Future" by GWU's own David Shambaugh, as well as a Special Feature from Laurent Fabius, French former-Foreign Minister, with his inside take on the Iran Deal.

Recent News

Installation of James Foster as the Oliver T. Carr, Jr. Professor in International Affairs

James Foster Installed as Oliver T. Carr, Jr. Professor in International Affairs

Professor James Foster was installed as the Oliver T. Carr, Jr. Professor in International Affairs.

Read more here.

Dean Reuben Brigety II

ESIA Dean is Developing a Curriculum for Tomorrow's Global Affairs Leaders

In his first state of the school address, Dean Reuben Brigety II recounts accomplishments of the past year and shares his vision for the school.

Read more here.

Muhammad Yunus at GW

Muhammad Yunus at GW

Nobel Laureate and Grameen Bank founder Professor Muhammad Yunus joined the Elliott School for a discussion at Lisner Auditorium.

View his talk here.

Spotlight on Students and Alumni

photo: No Lost Generation GW

Campus group No Lost Generation advocates for Syrian refugees

GW's No Lost Generation (NLG) is a campus organzation that is facing the Syrian refugee crisis head-on -- and is rapidly spreading to other campuses across the nation.

photo: Truman Scholarship recipient Karim Farishta

GW Student Awarded Truman Scholarship

Karim Farishta, ESIA BA '16, is one of 54 students nationwide recognized with the honor, which bestows a $30,000 grant toward graduate studies for candidates who demonstrate "the passion, intellect and leadership potential" to serve the public good.

photo: White House Interns 2016

Interning at the White House

GW boasts 13 students and alumni in the spring 2016 White House Internship {rogram--more than any other school in the United States. Read about their experiences here.

2016 State of the School

The year in review at the Elliott School of International Affairs.

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