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Pennsylvania State University
Professor Leverett: What's really at stake in South China Sea ruling against China

Professor Leverett: What's really at stake in South China Sea ruling against China

This week’s ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration endorsing the Philippines’ claim that China’s interpretations of South China Sea maritime boundaries violate the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is being hailed in Washington as a salutary exercise in rules-based international governance—and as validation for resolute U.S. policy. But conversations with Chinese academics, analysts, and officials suggest that the outcome may trigger backlash....

Georgetown University
Summer Information Session with the Walsh School of Foreign Service

Summer Information Session with the Walsh School of Foreign Service

Please join us on Thursday, July 21 at 6:00 p.m. for a speaker event and open house for SFS Graduate Degree Programs. The event will commence with a brief presentation on the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service by Professor Tony Arend, Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service and Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Graduate Affairs within the SFS. Attendees will also hear about application guidelines and recommendations from a panel of Admissions Officers and have the opportunity to speak with representatives from the eight degree programs....

Yale University
Yale student selected for Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations

Yale student selected for Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations

Andrew Watrous, a first-year MA student at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, has been selected to receive the Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations. The fellowship provides graduate students the opportunity to spend a summer working on international relations in the U.S. government Executive Branch or the U.S. Congress....

Johns Hopkins University
SAIS faculty member wins international award for study of voting disparities

SAIS faculty member wins international award for study of voting disparities

Pavithra Suryanarayan, an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C., has received an international award for her research into voting disparities and how income may influence a person's participation in an election....

University of California San Diego
From the benchtop to the real world

From the benchtop to the real world

In its second year, GPS’s Science Policy Fellows Program continues emphasizing the policy impacts of scientific research...