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Kritika Sharma | General Charles Q. Brown, Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, addressed a series of national defense policy questions for ongoing global conflicts at Georgetown University April 25, focusing on tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine.

Chairman of Joint Chiefs Talks Israel, Ukraine

By Haan Jun (Ryan) Lee, Senior Photo Editor April 27, 2024

General Charles Q. Brown, Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, addressed a series of national defense policy questions for ongoing global conflicts at Georgetown University April 25. Brown joined...

Courtesy of Kritika Sharma | General Charles Q. Brown, Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, addressed a series of national defense policy questions for ongoing global conflicts at Georgetown University April 25, focusing on tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine.

Chairman of Joint Chiefs Talks Israel, Ukraine

By Haan Jun (Ryan) Lee, Senior Photo Editor April 26, 2024

General Charles Q. Brown, Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, addressed a series of national defense policy questions for ongoing global conflicts at Georgetown University April 25. Brown joined...

Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Carlos M. Vazquez II/Wiki Commons | General Mark A. Milley, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, being the top adviser to the President and highest-ranking military official, will join the SFS Security Studies Program as a distinguished fellow in residence beginning this semester, according to a Feb. 13 press release.

General Milley to Join SFS as Distinguished Fellow in Residence

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor February 22, 2024

General Mark A. Milley, formerly the nation’s highest-ranking military officer, will serve as a Distinguished Fellow in Residence in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) beginning this...

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY | Alliances in international relations will remain necessary to U.S. foreign policy going forward, according to former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel.

US Military Must Learn From Past Mistakes, Hagel Says

By Max Levine and Myroslav April 26, 2019

The military can counter domestic social injustices and correct foreign policy mistakes by increasing accountability and responsibility within its leadership, former Secretary of Defense and former Sen....

KAPASI: The Firebombing of Dresden

KAPASI: The Firebombing of Dresden

By Nabil Kapasi February 14, 2018

Neither an industrial center nor a wartime hub, a defenseless Dresden, Germany, was firebombed by Allied aircraft mere months before German surrender, between Feb. 13 and 15 in 1945. A firestorm caused...

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Movie Review: ‘Last Flag Flying’

By Alexandra Brunjes November 13, 2017

★★★★★ Striking the perfect balance between heartwarming and heart-wrenching, director Richard Linklater’s newest film, “Last Flag Flying,” is a must-see. Starring Steve Carell, Laurence...

Panel Warns Possible Shifts in Military Transgender Policy

By Jeff Cirillo November 18, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump’s future administrative appointments could spark a significant rollback of transgender rights in the military, according to panelists hosted by the Georgetown LGBTQ Resource...

VIEWPOINT: Rhetoric Sways Muslim Base

By Moez Hayat September 13, 2016

Although I spent most of the summer trying to ignore media coverage of the U.S. presidential election, it was nearly impossible. Watching clips from the Democratic National Convention, I was astonished...

Voting: An Ethical Dilemma for Servicemen

Voting: An Ethical Dilemma for Servicemen

By Noah Taylor February 19, 2016

As a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadet, my personal growth in college has not only focused on development of my intellectual capabilities, but also on my conceptions of duty and professionalism....

Secretary of Defense Talks Sexual Assault in Military

By Lucy Prout April 24, 2015

Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter discussed the importance of eliminating sexual assault in the military in Gaston Hall on Wednesday. The audience was filled with over 250 Reserve Officers’ Training...

Tweets on Fleek

Tweets on Fleek

By Sara Carioscia and Sara Carioscia March 27, 2015

Twitter has been on fleek lately, even though a lot of popular accounts have just been sharing the same jokes – I’m looking at you, @CommonWhiteGirl, @FillWerrell and @GirlPosts. Lame! Despite this...

The Privilege of Service

The Privilege of Service

By Rebecca Holliman March 24, 2015

For a young woman of modest origins from the countryside of Oklahoma, finding myself in the Palace Al Bustan in Oman, dressed in my best suit, trying desperately to look like I belonged in a room full...

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