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Professor Discusses Book on Intelligence in International Politics

Professor Discusses Book on Intelligence in International Politics

By Anya Markovitz February 2, 2023

Jennifer Sims, one of the former chairs of Georgetown University’s intelligence concentration in the Security Studies Program, joined the Center for Security Studies (CSS) for a conversation on her...

Georgetown Asian Studies Department Explores Sri Lankan Crisis with Interdisciplinary Panel

Georgetown Asian Studies Department Explores Sri Lankan Crisis with Interdisciplinary Panel

By Jack Willis October 6, 2022

The Walsh School of Foreign Service’s Asian Studies department hosted an interdisciplinary panel to discuss the ongoing political and economic crisis in Sri Lanka. The Oct. 5 panel, entitled “The...

JAIME MOORE-CARRILLO/THE HOYA | SFS Dean Joel Hellmans conversation with Albright centered around her book, “Hell and Other Destinations, published Apr. 14.

Albright Calls for Cooperative Diplomacy, International Unity Against COVID-19

By Annalise Myre May 1, 2020

The foreign service must promote diplomatic partnerships to respond to global crises like the COVID-19 pandemic, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said in a virtual book talk hosted by the...

Commencement Speakers Present Varied Experiences

By Jeff Cirillo May 18, 2017

Yesterday’s senior convocation and the McCourt School of Public Policy’s commencement ceremony marked the official beginning of the 2017 graduation season — the crowning event for students nearing...

SFS Adds Two Masters Programs

By Mariah Byrne July 16, 2011

The Walsh School of Foreign Service added two new masters programs to its offerings Thursday — Asian Studies and Global Human Development. Both will begin in Fall 2012 with the first Masters of Arts...

World Cup Boost for SFS-Qatar

By Lawson Ferguson December 3, 2010

Hearts of soccer fans across the United States broke Thursday morning when FIFA announced that Qatar had beat out a strong United States bid to host the 2022 World Cup. Despite a plan that had been...

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