In this week's edition, the Beyond the Headlines series continues with a discussion on protest and democratic potential in Algeria, Sudan and Ethiopia, the Center for the Study of Asia hosts a symposium on "Asia in Transition 1919-2019," Prof. Erik Goldstein is interviewed for a German documentary on World War II, the GDP Center hosts a lecture on tropical forest monitoring, and Pardee professors in the media on the Belt and Road Initiative, US-Libya relations, and EU investments in Cuba. 
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This Week @BUPardeeSchool

Week of May 1, 2019

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Event Spotlight

Beyond the Headlines: Protest and Democratic Potential in North Africa

The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled "Protest and Democratic Potential in Algeria, Sudan, and Ethiopia."

Center Spotlight

BUCSA Hosts Symposium on Asia in Transition: 1919-2019

Several Pardee School faculty members participated in the Center for the Study of Asia symposium on "Asia in Transition: 1919-2019."

Faculty News

Goldstein Interviewed for German WWII Documentary

Prof. Erik Goldstein was interviewed as part of a new five-part documentary on German television entitled Countdown to War (Countdown zum Krieg).

Student Spotlight

Riley Awarded Boren Scholarship

Noah Riley (Pardee/Kilachand '21) received a Boren Scholarship to study in Beijing and Shanghai from June through December 2019.

School News

Join the Pardee School Network on LinkedIn

Update your education profile on LinkedIn to include "Boston University -- Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies"     
Center Spotlight 

GDP Center Hosts Lecture on Tropical Forest Monitoring

Inge Jonckheere gave a talk entitled "Linking International Efforts on Tropical Forest Monitoring to International Reporting and SDGs."

Faculty News

Woldemariam Publishes Journal Article on Eritrea-Ethiopia Relations

Prof. Michael Woldemariam published an article entitled "The Eritrea-Ethiopia Thaw and Its Regional Impact."

Faculty News

Goldstein Gives Talk at Conference on Partitioning Ireland

Prof. Erik Goldstein gave a talk entitled "Partition and Peacemaking after the Great War." 



Kevin Gallagher

Belt and Road Initiative

Climate Wire
Gregory Aftandilian 

US-Libya Relations

The Arab Weekly 
Amb. Paul Hare

EU Investments in Cuba

Kevin Gallagher

BRI Emissions

Climate Wire

May 1, 2019                     

Pizza and Politics

May 2, 2019           

Latin American Studies Reception: An Evening With Berta Rojas 

May 3, 2019                                                  
Martin Luther on Religion and Violence in the Disputation on the Right of Resistance to the Emperor

May 8, 2019                                                       
The Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and the End of the Great War

May 9, 2019    

Online Book Talk With Pardee School Alumna Kristen Casey
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