Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, our students, faculty and staff showed resilience and resolve as they continued their pursuit of solutions to pressing global challenges.
Below, we’ve rounded up some of the most significant news, events, and happenings of 2020 at the Keough School of Global Affairs.
Human dignity is expressed in our relationships with, and obligations to family, community, and, ultimately, to all of humanity.
As students, we have had our flexibility and patience tested to the limits and as a result have become more adaptable, more creative, and gained a broad skill set.
We are proud of how we made things work for ourselves despite the obstacles and made this past summer a richer learning experience than we could ever imagine!
When I received the call from President-elect Biden, I assured him that I will represent the voices of all veterans at every level, on every issue, every day. Those who have served this nation, their caregivers and survivors should expect nothing less.
Analysis of the January 2020 Taiwanese elections and their implications for US-China relations.
A conversation on COVID-19 and the ways it threatens the safety and wellbeing of refugees and displaced people.
An update on the 2013-2015 mediation process and implementation of the South Sudan peace agreement.
A discussion with prominent Evangelical and Catholic leaders and scholars about the future of the last remaining nuclear weapons agreement between the United States and Russia.
Insights from global elections experts on how Americans can safeguard their democracy in the 2020 election and in the years to come.
A conversation about how the international community can protect investments made to institutionalize women’s rights in Afghanistan.
A discussion on how Brexit may impact Ireland’s relationship with the United States and the United Kingdom.
A Q&A with Senator Chris Murphy on the top policy issues facing the 117th US Congress and the Biden administration.