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New SFS Courses To Expand Scope of Curriculum

New SFS Courses To Expand Scope of Curriculum

By Jack Willis April 29, 2023

The Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) will offer 10 new courses on topics ranging from public health to foreign policy in the Fall 2023 semester. A wide array of expert policy...

GEORGETOWN SFS | The virtual event, “ The U.S. on the Global Stage: 2021 and Beyond,” was hosted by the School of Foreign Service and moderated by SFS Dean Joel Hellman.

Former US Foreign Policy Leaders Stress Importance of Rebuilding Country’s Global Reputation

By Caitlin McLean November 20, 2020

With a new administration set to enter the White House in January, the United States must rebuild its tainted global image, three former U.S. foreign policy leaders said during a virtual panel Tuesday.  GEORGETOWN...

Islamophobia Permeates Foreign Policy, Speaker Says

Islamophobia Permeates Foreign Policy, Speaker Says

By Jaime Moore-Carrillo February 21, 2020

Young U.S. citizens risk forgetting how post-9/11 U.S. policies have harmed Muslim communities at home and abroad, author and researcher Nazia Kazi said at a Wednesday event.  After terrorist...

LIU: Moral and Strategic Failures in Saudi Arabia

LIU: Moral and Strategic Failures in Saudi Arabia

By Victoria Liu November 12, 2018

After the alleged Oct. 2 murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul, a bipartisan group of U.S. politicians urged President Donald Trump to end U.S. arms sales...

LIU: To Keep America Safe, Engage With Russia

LIU: To Keep America Safe, Engage With Russia

By Victoria Liu November 1, 2018

Nuclear nonproliferation provides a fundamental basis for stable foreign relations. Principles of disarmament should be upheld in our current world. “Nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation are not...

LIU: Stop Senseless Sanctions on Iranians

LIU: Stop Senseless Sanctions on Iranians

By Victoria Liu October 23, 2018

“When the United Nations or the United States imposes sanctions against a regime [...] it does not intend to create unnecessary hardships for innocent people,” former Secretary of State and current...

LIU: On North Korea, A Search for Reality

LIU: On North Korea, A Search for Reality

By Victoria Liu September 17, 2018

The June summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ended with broad support from the American people, indicating optimism about North Korea’s potential denuclearization....

FLORES: Collaboration, Not Division, Needed on Immigration

By Abel Cruz Flores August 28, 2018

As a candidate, Donald Trump disparaged Mexican and Central American immigrants by saying they are bringing drugs and crime to the United States. Trump also pledged the swift removal of immigrants without...

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School of Foreign Service Dean Joel Hellman, left, moderated a panel comprising former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, former president of Mexico Ernesto Zedillo and former Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott.

Clinton Foreign Policy Partners Revisit the ‘Indispensable Nation’

By Jesus Rodriguez November 7, 2017

“Hard-headedness and empathy” — this seemingly paradoxical combination of qualities informed the foreign policy of former President Bill Clinton (SFS ’68) at a time when the United States was...

VIEWPOINT: Valuing Philosophy in Foreign Policy

By Matt Hinson May 16, 2017

After just over 100 days, the White House faces clear foreign policy challenges. Real estate mogul-turned-President Donald Trump has tried his hand at addressing various international crises, authorizing...

Experts Push Pivot to Asia

By Henry Greene November 3, 2016

The next U.S. president should develop a strong but sensitive American presence in Asia, according to a panel of five foreign policy experts in Copley Formal Lounge on Wednesday. The conversation, which...

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Senior Associate Dean of the School of Foreign Service Daniel Byman and George Mason University professor Colin Dueck debated about the strengths and weaknesses of President Barack Obamas foreign policy at the Alexander Hamilton Societys first event last Tuesday.

Alexander Hamilton Society Debates Obama’s Legacy

By Colin Maloney September 26, 2016

The Georgetown chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society hosted its first event, a debate between School of Foreign Service professor Daniel Byman and George Mason University professor Colin Dueck...

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