In this week's edition, Prof. Vivien Schmidt pens a journal paper on the new EU governance, Prof. Julie Klinger is featured in CAS Magazine on rare earth elements, Prof. Robert Hefner speaks at a conference in Singapore and Pardee professors in the media on Cuba and the Latin American left, the CIA's "Brennan Plan" and more.
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This Week @BUPardeeSchool

Week of May 31, 2016

Note: Due to reduced activities during the summer, the Pardee School will send out its newsletter every other week.

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Faculty Spotlight
Schmidt Publishes Paper on New EU Governance 

Schmidt penned the article for the May 2016 issue of Instituto Affari Internazionali.
Faculty Spotlight 
Najam and Stern Speak at MIT TPP 40th Anniversary

Both Najam and Stern hold Master's degrees (SM) from the MIT Technology and Policy Program. 
Faculty Spotlight
Klinger in CAS Magazine on Rare Earth Elements

Klinger discusses how control of rare earth reserves affects political and geopolitical relations. 
Faculty Spotlight
Hefner Speaks at Conference in Singapore 

The conference was held at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technological University. 
Faculty Spotlight
Woodward Gives Talk on Biological Weapons Threat

Woodward's talk was entitled "The Hard Problem of Countering the Use of Biological Weapons." 
Alumni Spotlight
Sternstein Commissioned as Naval Officer

Evan Sternstein (Pardee '16) participated in the commissioning ceremony aboard the USS Constitution. 
Faculty Spotlight
Najam Speaks in Seychelles on Small States

Dean Najam presented a keynote address at the 4th Biennial Conference on Small States. 
Faculty Spotlight
Bacevich Gives Talk on Post-Cold War Foreign Policy

Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich discussed whether recent history U.S. military engagement has made America safer.  
Faculty Spotlight
Schmidt Publishes Paper on Neo-Liberalism in BJPIR

Schmidt penned the article for the May 2016 issue of the British Journal of Politics and International Relations


William Keylor
Trump's Foreign Policy
Boston Herald
Adil Najam
Demographic Youth Bulge in Pakistan
Soch Bichar
Paul Hare
Cuba and the Latin American Left
Agence France Presse
John Woodward
The CIA's "Brennan Plan"
Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Julie Klinger
Rare Earth Elements
Generation Anthropocence 
Robert Hefner 
Religion and U.S. Foreign Policy
The Diplomat 
Adil Najam
Renewable Energy in Pakistan
Express Tribune
Joseph Fewsmith
Xi on the Cultural Revolution
Kevin Gallagher
China's Development Finance 
Financial Times
Adil Najam
Climate Change and Endangered Species 
Capital TV
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