In this week's edition, Beyond the Headlines @BUPardeeSchool returns with a talk on the Zika virus, a preview of the upcoming Campagna Kerven lecture and Pardee professors in the media on the timing of terror attacks and Latin America's new power players. 
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This Week @BUPardeeSchool

Week of April 19, 2016

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Beyond The Headlines
BtH: The Pathology and Politics of Zika
BtH was followed by a BU Global Civics panel on UN sustainable development goals. 
Event Spotlight 
Campagna Kerven Lecture to Trace Turkey's Journey

Prof. Resat Kasaba, of the University of Washington, is the featured speaker.

Alumni Spotlight
Trevithick on Syria Research and Humanitarian Action

Matthew Trevithick (CGS'06, CAS'08) discussed his efforts at SREO Research.
Faculty Spotlight
Gallagher Gives Talk on The China Triangle

The China Triangle provides one of the first accounts of post-"China boom" Latin America. 
Event Spotlight
FMHT: Syrian Refugees and Turkey's Open Door Policy

Dr. Cigdem Benam discussed the transformation of Turkey’s policy towards Syrian refugees.
Student Spotlight
PGC Holds Video Conference With MGIMO

The topics of the conference included how the United States is portrayed in Russia's media.


Jessica Stern
The Timing of Terror Attacks
Center for Public Integrity
Kevin Gallagher
China's Venezuela Loans
Financial Times
Betty Anderson
American Jailed in UAE
Christian Science Monitor 
Julie Klinger
Challenges Facing Chinese Fishermen
Nikkei Asian Review
Kevin Gallagher
Latin America's New Power Players
Emerging Markets


Tuesday, April 19    Reading and Conversation with Prof. Emeritus Andrew J. Bacevich
European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Christos Ikonomou and Karen Emmerich
Wednesday, April 20   
The China Triangle: Chinese Banks, Global Governance and Sustainable Development
Who Runs Europe? Reconstructing Democracy, Bringing Citizens Back In: A Conversation with José Ignacio Torreblanca
‘No One Like Us Here': A Century of Latin American Travel to India
Campagna Kerven Lecture Series on Modern Turkey: Impossible Journeys From Past to Future and Back Again

Thursday, April 21                                 

Korean Diaspora in Boston: Dynamics of an Intellectual Migration
Friday, April 22                               Extremism and Radicalization Meeting- WorldBoston
Lunch Talk: "Evaluating Eight Middle-Range Theories from Smith's Wealth of Nations"
FMHT: Refugees NGOs, Social Networks, and Urban Homemaking: Ethnographic observations from Cairo
PardeeWorks: Talk with Alumn Michael Greenwald
Fronteras Indigenas Sudamericanas: Argentina y Bolivia en el Siglo XIX
PGC Spring Barbecue
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