Posts tagged with: "Politics and International Relations"

Master’s in Global Affairs ranked among best in the world

Master’s in Global Affairs ranked among best in the world

Foreign Policy magazine has named FIU’s Master of Arts in Global Affairs one of the top 40 programs in the […]

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Speaking truth to power: Please don’t call them natural disasters

Speaking truth to power: Please don’t call them natural disasters

The following article by Richard Olson appeared on the web site of the Natural Hazards Center as part of its Research […]

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 […]

Muslims and Islamophobia: Taking back the narrative

Muslims and Islamophobia: Taking back the narrative

By: Mohamed Ghumrawi, Ph.D. student in International Relations Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world. Yet here in the […]

Two former Congressmen discuss Washington gridlock, how to end it

Two former Congressmen discuss Washington gridlock, how to end it

Politics in the U.S. has become increasingly partisan over the years – and the ensuing gridlock in Washington, D.C., too […]

FIU 2017 hurricane season experts

FIU 2017 hurricane season experts

FIU has several experts who are available to discuss various issues related to hurricanes and their consequences. For help reaching FIU’s […]

Constance Lee, who graduated this summer, is the first recipient of the Rebecca Salokar Scholarship and will enter the College of Law in the fall.

Salokar Scholarship helps first generation student pursue law school dream

First generation college student Constance Lee never imagined her dream of attending law school would come true. She always felt […]

Professor honors mentor and international relations icon

Professor honors mentor and international relations icon

FIU students are used to having accomplished professors teaching their classes. Some have the privilege of calling them mentors. Harry […]

Ph.D. student studies how political extremists create a following

Ph.D. student studies how political extremists create a following

What themes and symbols allow political extremist movements to create a brand and develop potential followers? This question sparked an […]

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My internship at The Washington Center

My internship at The Washington Center

Name: Jose-Andres Camacho Major: International Relations Where did you intern? I interned at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Fall 2016 What did […]

Mark Medish, a former security advisor to Bill Clinton, speaks at FIU in October 2016. He will return to campus on April 17 to discuss U.S.-Russian relations.

Former Clinton advisor discusses possibility of Cold War 2

Mark Medish is a former special assistant to President Bill Clinton and senior director on the National Security Council for […]

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Political engagement 
makes government better

Political engagement 
makes government better

By Kevin Evans Kevin Evans is a professor of political science in the Steven J. Green School of International and […]

From drill sergeant to beloved professor

From drill sergeant to beloved professor

  Friends, family, students and colleagues gather to remember Rebecca M. “Becky” Salokar Back in 1985, Amaryllis Garcia remembers taking […]

Model United Nations team ranked second in North America

Model United Nations team ranked second in North America

FIU’s Model United Nations team has achieved its highest ranking ever, landing second place in North America and beating out […]

My internship at the White House

My internship at the White House

Name: Daniela Cediel Major: Public administration Where you interned: This past summer, I was part of the Official White House Internship […]