The Latest

All News
In The Media

Jesuit presents book on how religion, ethics can shape refugee response

May 21, 2020

A virtual event presented by the Keough School of Global Affairs and Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs was featured in […]

In The Media

Many of Colombia’s ex-rebel fighters rearm and turn to illegal drug trade

May 19, 2020

Research by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies was cited in an NPR article about Colombian ex-rebels taking up arms despite the Colombian peace treaty. […]

In The Media

Beijing is pushing the Taiwanese toward independence hard and fast

May 18, 2020

Joshua Eisenman, associate professor of global affairs, and Sean King, (MBA ’99) detail China’s unification policy towards Taiwan in a Foreign Policy op-ed. “The rigidity […]

All News

Insights: Dignity & Development

All Insights

COVID-19 and our essential humanity: revealing what really matters

June 4, 2020

Perhaps the biggest obstacle to practicing integral human development is our tendency to forget the meaning of its central term: human. In the twenty-first century, […]

Intimate partner violence: COVID-19 and our collective, ongoing responsibility to families

June 2, 2020

“My husband won’t let me leave the house. He’s had flu-like symptoms and blames keeping me here [at home] on not wanting to infect others […]

COVID-19 and beyond: peacekeeping in war zones

May 29, 2020

Editors’ note: May 29 is the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers. Within two weeks of the World Health Organization’s assessment of rapidly spreading coronavirus […]

Post-coronavirus: The courage to build a “village of education”

May 27, 2020

Half a year ago, in December 2019, I boarded a plane to return to Ukraine and to Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) after a research semester […]

All Insights

Press Contact