Posts tagged with: "Dorothea Green Lecture Series"

Kenneth Blanco, head of the financial crimes unit of the U.S. Department of the Treasury listens to Brian Fonseca, director of the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy during an event on financial crimes in Latin America.

International security experts discuss efforts to fight financial crime in Latin America

Money laundering and financing of terrorist organizations continue to plague the region   When Kenneth A. Blanco first visited FIU […]

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Green School Senior Fellow David Kramer speaks during State of the World 2019.

State of the World 2019 tackles tough foreign policy issues

As the federal government shutdown dominated news headlines, attendees of State of the World 2019 were treated to an insider’s […]

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The Hon. Maria Elena Torano, a member of the Dean's Advisory Council at the Green School, introduces keynote speaker Anne C. Richard at the Forum on Inclusive Immigration Reform.

No easy answers in U.S. immigration debate

Advocates, scholars and students come together to discuss the future of immigration reform in the U.S. When Anne C. Richard […]

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Student researchers tackle U.S. immigration policy with forum

Student researchers tackle U.S. immigration policy with forum

Three doctoral students in the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies have organized a half-day public forum on immigration reform […]

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Peter Baker, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Elliot Abrams, Paula Dobriansky and Karen Donfried kick off the first panel of the State of the World 2018 conference.

Foreign policy leaders discuss state of the world in 2018

From leaders of nationally renowned think tanks to former ambassadors and journalists from The New York Times, The Washington Post […]