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In this week's edition, Professor Kevin Gallagher publishes a new book, Pardee students take an academic trip to Cuba and Pardee professors in the media on the Brussels terror attacks, ISIS and the evolving Obama-Castro relationship.
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Week of March 28, 2016


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Faculty Spotlight
Gallagher Publishes New Book "The China Triangle"

The book provides one of the first accounts of post-"China boom" Latin America.
Student Spotlight 
Pardee Students Take Academic Trip to Cuba
Students learned about the cultural and historical aspects of Cuba's foreign policy.
Event Spotlight
Sykes-Picot: 100 Years of Consequences
The talk focused on the effects of the Sykes-Picot Agreement on cultural identity in the Middle East.
Pardee School News
Doctoral Student Killed by Militants in Congo
Vincent Machozi worked with the African Studies Center on outreach efforts in the war-torn DRC. 
GEGI Spotlight
GEGI Travels to China for Policy Dialogues
GEGI researchers went to China for workshops on development finance in Latin America.
 
Faculty Spotlight
Corgan Speaks at Iceland Symposium 
Prof. Michael Corgan spoke on a panel examining Arctic geopolitics.
Latin American Studies Spotlight
LASP: Analyzing Coverage of Brazil's Crises
Fabiano Maisonnave, senior reporter and editorial writer for Folha de S. Paulo, led the talk.

IN THE MEDIA

Jessica Stern
OpEd: ISIS Targets "Gray Zone"
The Boston Globe
Joseph Wippl
Challenges After Brussels
NECN, WCVB,WHDH
Jessica Stern
ISIS and the Brussels Attacks
WBUR, NPR
Paul Hare
The Obama-Castro Relationship
Le Populaire, Agence France-Presse
Betty Anderson
The State of Islamic Studies
University Times
Renata Keller
Mexico's Drug War and The Cold War
NACLA
Jessica Stern
Engineering Education and Terrorism
Chronicle of Higher Education

CALENDAR


Monday, March 28
Becoming a Kampalan and the Rise of a Militarized City in Uganda, Ca. 1966-1986
How to Get Published: From Mass Media to Academic Journals
Emotions and Colonial Modernity: North Indian Muslims, 1870-1914
What Can the Study of Gangs Teach Us About Terrorist Groups?
The New Contour of International Financial Order? RMB, AIIB and the New Actors
Tuesday, March 29
Italian Constitutional Justice in Global Context
Lunch Talk: From the Weight of History to the Unwritten Future
Memory Against Forgetting: The Work of the Dui Hua Foundation
The Welfare State at Risk: A Conversation with Patrick Sachweh
 

Wednesday, March 30                        
Europe in Crisis: Is There a Way Out? A Conversation with Loukas Tsoukalis
FMHT: Remittances, Forced Displacement and Human Security

Thursday, March 31                                          
 
A Law Enforcement Officers Perspective on Counterterrorism                  
UK Cities: A Conversation with Liverpool's Chief of Staff
Into the Sacred Forest: Ritual and Vaduz's Global Expansion
BU Linguistics Colloquium: Marcos Rohena-Madrazo
Reading and Conversation with Hubert Klimko-Dobrzaniecki and Julia Sherwood
European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Hubert Klimko-Dobrzaniecki and Julia Sherwood

Friday, April 1
 

Pardee Graduate Council: Breakfast Talk with Paul Shannon, FBI Special Agent
GEGI: China's Rising Economic Statecraft -- Development Finance in Perspective
   
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