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In this week's edition, the Pardee School holds its annual Global Career Symposium, BUCSA hosts an Asian Women Leaders Forum and Pardee professors in the media on the Panama Papers, Peru's presidential elections and more.
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This Week @BUPardeeSchool
Week of April 11, 2016
Pardee School News
Pardee School Holds Annual Global Career Symposium
The symposium included a networking hour with students, faculty, alumni and professionals.
BUCSA Hosts Asian Women Leaders Forum
The forum featured leaders from India, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.
Wippl Publishes Journal Article on Successful Espionage
Prof. Wippl discussed the challenges facing the CIA in the years following 9/11.
Beyond the Headlines
BtH: Cybersecurity Lessons From Apple vs. FBI
Experts discussed the recent debate between the FBI and Apple over iPhone encryption.
Bacevich Publishes New Book on Wars in Middle East
America's War for the Greater Middle East
, examines U.S. military policy in the Middle East.
Woodward Speaks at Intelligence Event
Prof. Woodward presented on the topic "Countering the Use of Biological Weapons."
Klinger Gives Talk at Carnegie Global Ecology Seminar
Prof. Klinger gave the talk as part of a seminar series at Stanford University.
Keller Wins Honorable Mention for McGann Book Prize
Prof. Keller received the honor from the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies.
IN THE MEDIA
David Scott Palmer
Challenges Facing Peruvian Presidential Candidates
Los Angeles Times
Iceland and the Panama Papers
China's Latin American Lending
Making a Global Plan for Climate Change
Princeton Keeps Wilson's Name
America's Endless War in the Middle East
NPR's On Point, Politico Magazine
Looking Back at U.S.-Mexican Relations
American History: Oxford Research Encyclopedias
The NATO-Putin Chess Match
Monday, April 11
The Remarkable and Unfinished Exodus of Ethiopian Jews
Managing Refugees though Economic Integration?
The China Triangle: Latin America's China Boom and the Fate of the Washington Consensus
Governing the Family Through Religion in Post-Kemalist Turkey
Tuesday, April 12
Lusophone Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Jose Eduardo Agualusa
Thursday, April 14
From East Campus to the Middle East: Higher Education, Humanitarian Action and a Major Misunderstanding
Workshop: Mortgage Across Cultures-Land, Finance and Epistemology
Financial Instability, Austerity and the Economic Progress: China as the Mirror Image of the Eurocrisis
Beyond the Headlines @BUPardeeSchool: Zika--Pathology, Politics and Policy
The UN Sustainable Development Goals, Public Health and Disabilities
Pentecostalism and the African Spirit World: Continuity or Discontinuity
Loathsome Sympathy: Shelley's Cenci and the Problem of Empathy
Friday, April 15
EGI Lunch Talk with Min Ye
FMHT: Syrian Refugees and the Limits of Turkey's Open Door Policy
Peruvian Poetry and Exile: A Panel Discussion with Jose Antonio Mazzotti, Raul Bueno and Pedro Angel Palou
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