The Washington Office of the Keough School of Global Affairs focuses on real-time impact, representing Notre Dame at the epicenter of global engagement. We are a convener for policymakers, faculty, students and alumni from across the policy and political spectrum.
Strategically positioned in the heart of Washington, DC, the office provides a base for the Keough School to continue its academic pursuits and serves as a venue for programming, teaching, and outreach in the DC area.
Advancing the Debate about the Humanitarian Impact of Economic Sanctions
The Inter-American Human Rights System: Transformative Impact
The Inter-American Human Rights System: Reparations Design and Compliance
The Inter-American Human Rights System: Meeting New Challenges
The Twentieth Anniversary of September 11: Chaos or Community?
Prioritizing Afghan Voices: How the International Community Can Assist Afghanistan
The United States and Europe after the Demise of the Old International Order
The Twentieth Anniversary of September 11: Pax Americana?
The Twentieth Anniversary of September 11: Cause and Effect
Engaging the Private Sector for Innovative Global Development
Transatlantic Conversations: The UK Government Perspective on the Next Generation of the Irish Peace Process
Transatlantic Conversations: The Irish Government Perspective on the Next Generation of the Peace Process
Transatlantic Conversations: The US Role in the Next Generation of the Irish Peace Process
Religious Discrimination During Crises: A Global Perspective
Northern Ireland and Colombian Peace Accords: Insights on Negotiations, Design, and Implementation for Sustainable Peacebuilding
The Frontlines of Peace: An Insider’s Guide to Changing the World
The Historic Vietnam Veterans Protest in Washington: Lessons for Today
Promoting Human Flourishing in Central America
Mandating Peace: Enhancing the UN Security Council’s Approach to Mediation
An Unprecedented Transition: A Discussion of the Transition from the Trump Administration to the Biden Administration
Flash Panel: Where Next for Myanmar?
A Policy Playbook on Nonproliferation Sanctions
A Foreign Policy Conversation with US Senator Chris Murphy
After Brexit: The Future of Ireland’s Relationship with the US and UK
American Democracy at Risk: A Global Comparative Perspective
Panel Discussion: “The US Presidential Election and Asia Policy”
New START: Catholic-Evangelical Dialogue on Nuclear Disarmament
South Sudan: Progress Toward Peace or Locked in Crisis?
Webinar: “Using Evidence to Engage the Private Sector”
Refugees Trapped in a Global Pandemic: An Assault on Human Dignity
Humanity in Crisis
Seeking Asylum in the EU
The Pope and the Bomb: Beyond Deterrence
Pope Francis’ Vision of Peace
Beyond the Ballot: Taiwan’s Elections and Their Implications for US Policy
South Sudan’s Peace Process at a Crossroads: New Data from Juba and Notre Dame
Brexit, Brinkmanship, and the Future of Ireland: The Role of the U.S. in safeguarding the Northern Ireland Peace Process
Religion Beyond Memes: Enhancing Public Discourse about Faith and Practice
The US Response to the Global Migration Crisis
Voters and Elections in Latin America: How Much Choice is Too Much?
Unity on Global Fragility: Can Today’s Momentum in Washington Stop Tomorrow’s Violent Conflicts?
Beyond the Border: Regional Priorities and the Migration Debate in Central America
The Colombia Peace Process After Two Years
The Religion Factor: Why Policy in South Asia Can’t Ignore Faith
Venezuela: Humanitarian Crisis and Struggle for Democracy
Human Rights Fact-finding in the Era of Fake News
Preventing Small Fires from Becoming Large Fires
Strategies for Lasting Peace Accords
At the Keough School, we’re not just focused on the policies; we’re focused on the people who are impacted by the policies.
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