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In this week's edition, the Pardee School Faculty Book Talk Series continues with Amb. Paul Hare, Dean Adil Najam presents at USIP on climate change and securtity in Asia, Prof. Vivien Schmidt speaks at a conference on rebuilding the trust of EU citizens and Pardee professors in the media on the Marrakesh Climate Talks, SAARC Summitt and the 2016 U.S. presidential election
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Week of November 7, 2016


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Faculty Spotlight
Faculty Book Talk: Hare on Making Diplomacy Work

Amb. Paul Hare discussed his book Making Diplomacy Work: Intelligent Innovation for the Modern World.
Faculty Spotlight
Selin and Najam in The Conversation on Marrakesh Climate Talks

Professor Henrik Selin and Dean Adil Najam discuss what the upcoming Marrakesh climate talks need to achieve. 
Faculty Spotlight
Schmidt Speaks at Conference on Rebuilding Trust of EU Citizens

Prof. Vivien Schmidt  spoke at a recent conference on the current crises facing the European Union.
Faculty Spotlight
Gallagher Presents GEGI Study at Columbia University

Prof. Kevin Gallagher discussed China’s global developmental finance institutions and China’s policy bank lending to foreign governments for energy.
Faculty Spotlight
Najam Presents at USIP on Security, Climate Change in Asia

Dean Adil Najam presented at the Asia Center at USIP on climate change and security in Asia.  
 
Faculty Spotlight
Keylor Speaks on Panel on France's Burkini Ban

Prof. William Keylor was part of a panel held at the Howard Thurman Center on the Burkini ban in France.
Event Spotlight
GEGI: Ray Discusses Sustainable Development in Latin America

The Global Economic Governance Initiative hosted the discussion on seeking a path to sustainable development in Latin America. 
Classroom Spotlight
IDF Expert Discusses Israeli Homeland Security With Pardee Students

IDF Colonel Bentzi Gruber spoke to students in Prof. John Woodward's “Intelligence and Homeland Security,” course.

IN THE MEDIA

Manjari Chatterjee Miller 
SAARC Summitt
The Diplomat
Adil Najam
2016 U.S. Elections
Geo TV

CALENDAR


Monday, Nov. 7                                         
Deadline to Submit Applications for Pardee Goes to DC Spring Trip
Differential Control of Disease in China and India (Lecture)

David Gordon "'Peacekeeping' and 'Pacification' in the Congo: Toward a History of Humanitarian Violence from the Congo Free State to Recent Times"
 
Tuesday, Nov. 8                                                          BUCSA Director's Lunchtime Seminar: Environment and Geography: The Political Ecology of the Silk Road
Women of South Asia

PGC 2016 Election Night Watch Party at Pardee
 

Wednesday, Nov. 9                       
Dos Recorridos Narrativos por la Ciudad de Mexico
Monika Weiss' Shrouds & Two Laments: Screening and Conversation with the Artist

 

Thursday, Nov. 10                                                    
Last Day to Drop a Fall 2016 Term Class
Visions of Malandragem in Brazilian Cinema
An Ethnographic View of the Contemporary Afghan State

 

Friday, Nov. 11
 

PGC Veteran's Day Celebration
Literatura Latino-americana y globalización del narcotráfico: los "otros" disruptivos

 
   
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