News Release

Keough School expert to play key role in COP28 climate talks on food systems

November 8, 2023

Climate change research has typically focused on the energy sector and the need to adopt cleaner technologies to power homes, cars and factories. But a […]


Partnering with policymakers to protect human rights

August 10, 2023

The Keough School of Global Affairs is working to advance the human rights of migrants and refugees through a partnership with the Organization for American […]

Faculty Research

AI, robots, and the future of work: insights from economist Yong Suk Lee

July 24, 2023

As powerful technologies like artificial intelligence and robotics become widespread, so have worries about the future of work. Will these innovations make employees irrelevant and […]

A fine balance: respecting human dignity while upholding accountability

June 7, 2023

Human beings experience hundreds of events and encounters on a weekly basis, but only a precious few of them leave a lasting impression on us. […]

In The Media

Whose War Is It?

April 29, 2023

Professor of European Studies, William Collins Donahue, reflects on the lessons Germans absorbed following WWII and considers how they affect German attitudes toward Russia’s war […]