In this week's edition, Pardee School faculty dialogue with a NATO delegation, Prof. Min Ye's book is reviewed, Assistant Attorney General John Carlin gives a talk on counterterrorism and cybersecurity, the Center for the Study of Asia hosts their fall reception and Pardee professors in the media on Chinese oil concessions in Ecuador and relations between India and Pakistan. 
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Week of October 3, 2016

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Pardee School Invites Applications for Faculty Positions

The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University invites applications for faculty positions.
Event Spotlight
Pardee School Faculty Dialogues with NATO Delegation

Pardee School faculty dialogued with a delegation from NATO on topics including Brexit and the conflicts in Iraq and Syria. 
Alumni Spotlight
Alumni Weekend "World in Flux" Panel Discusses Brexit

The panel discussed the implications of the Brexit referendum and what the future holds for the United Kingdom and European Union. 
Faculty Spotlight 
Min Ye's Book Reviewed in The China Quarterly

Ye will discuss the book at the next installment of the Pardee School Faculty Book Talk Series on Oct. 3.
Event Spotlight
Assistant Attorney General John Carlin on Counterterrorism

Assistant Attorney General John P. Carlin discussed terrorism, espionage, cyber security and other national security threats.
Event Spotlight
Sandra Grimes Discusses Aldrich Ames Espionage Case

Grimes discussed her role in the investigation of Aldrich Ames, a counterintelligence officer who was convicted of spying for the Soviet Union.  
Faculty Spotlight
Dean Najam Keynotes at Global Citzenship Summit

Dean Adil Najam delivered the keynote address at the Mellon Global Citizenship Summit.
Event Spotlight
Kendhammer on Islam and Democracy in Northern Nigeria

Ohio University Prof. Brandon Kendhammer discussed the role of Islam and democracy in law and government in Northern Nigeria.    
Event Spotlight
Center for the Study of Asia Hosts Fall Reception

The event, organized with the Asian Studies Initiative at Boston University, was filled with food, fun, and classical Chinese dancing.
Event Spotlight
GEGI Hosts Annual Retreat

The retreat included planning for the upcoming year and discussion of two papers the initiative is currently working on for UNCTAD.


Adil Najam
Clashes in Kashmir
Christian Science Monitor 
Kevin Gallagher
Chinese Oil Concessions in Ecuador 
Revista Vistazo


Monday, October 3                                      Pardee Faculty Book Talk: Min Ye
Crafting New Economies: Artisans, Economic Mosaics and Trade of Inland Central East Africa
Beyond the Headlines: The Pursuit of Human Rights in the Middle East and Africa
Tuesday, October 4                                           EMU - Quo Vadis? A Lunch Talk with Servaas Deroose
Funding for Global Studies: Fellowships, Scholarships and Grants for Pardee School Students
European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Spanish Writer Enrique Vila-Matas
Wednesday, October 5 Pardee School at Idealist Chicago Graduate School Fair
PardeeWorks: Justin Ouimette
Geddes Japanese Movie Series: An Actor's Revenge
Thursday, October 6                       The First Japanese Hajji Goes Globetrotting
Friday, October 7                    Fall Visit Day for Prospective Students
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