Jessica O'Reilly on Science, Dwelling, and Governance.
Lee Hamilton writes about the potential of heading to a nuclear arms race in today's world.
David Bosco writes how the international justice system makes it harder for dictators to step down.
Jamsheed Choksy co-authors article about President Trump and Iran policy.
Distinguished Fellow Maria Lipman speaks about Vladimir Putin in the Trump era.
Asama Afsaruddin gives perspective on controversy over a school lesson on Sharia.
Director of CAGS, Sumit Ganguly discusses hits and misses with India's foreign policy.
International Studies faculty member Andrew Bell writes about President Trump and military honor and ethics.
Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures Asma Afsaruddin says heightened interest driving both Islamophobia and conversions to Islam.
Fulbright Visiting Professor in Central Eurasian Studies Peter Kreko writes about Russian relations.
SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein discusses political movements in Europe.
SGIS faculty, David Bosco talks about an investigation that could expose U.S. personnel to international justice inquiry for the first time.
Dr. Rui Maria de Araújo, prime minister of the Southeast Asian nation Timor-Leste, will speak Wednesday, Sept. 28, at Indiana University Bloomington as part of the IU School of Global and International Studies' Distinguished Diplomat Speaker Series.
SGIS faculty, Asma Afsaruddin talks about how more information about Islam leads to better understanding.
Asma Afsaruddin, professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, talks about the rise of Islamophobia in the US.
The European Commission has awarded the Institute for European Studies at the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies a three-year grant to support research, new course offerings and career-enhancing opportunities for students.
Director of the Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies, Edward J. Lazzerini, talks about expanding.
Lee Feinstein, founding dean of the IU School of Global and International Studies, welcomed Fulbright students.
LinkedIn – the world’s largest professional network — announced that Bloomington is one of the top U.S. cities for launching the careers of LinkedIn’s American expatriates.
Prestigious think tank elects McRobbie, SGIS Dean Lee Feinstein, faculty member Lee Hamilton, and others at SGIS in the CFR.
Faculty in Europe for the vote report Europeans in shock over the outcome. Dean Feinstein notes the possible return of "geopolitics" in Europe is bad for the U.S.
Sumit Ganguly writes about Prime Minister Modi's foreign policy successes.
Master's Student Elliot Newton featured as a "Hometown Hero"
Story on graduating senior Olivia Shoemaker who will attend SGIS hoping to make a difference for world health issues
SGIS in a report from Inside Indiana Business
Anke Birkenmaier in Bloom Magazine
Feisal Istrabadi looks at Iraq's battle to retake the city of Falluja from ISIS.
Lee Hamilton writes in the Kokomo Tribune.
Elizabeth Dunn in the Los Angeles Times
Elizabeth Dunn writes about ongoing issues with refugee response.
John Walbridge shares thoughts to stop naming philosophy departments.
Padraic Kenney comments on the socioeconomic divide in Poland.
Feisal Istrabadi appeared on CNN to discuss political instability in Iraq.
Sarah Phillips shares her poetry from Chernobyl.
Feisal Istrabadi appeared on CNN International to discuss the unrest in Iraq.
First-ever SGIS Diplomat in Residence gives career advice to those interested in foreign affairs.
Lee Hamilton and his co-chair of the 9/11 Commission Tom Kean provide insight into the call for the Commission's report to be released to the public.
Recap of Lee Hamilton's challenge for citizens to take a role in America's future
Distinguised Scholar Richard Lugar honored with the Jefferson Award for service
Sumit Ganguly quoted in a story by the news outlet Quartz
Richard G. Lugar writes in New York Times op-ed on Immigration.
Lee Hamilton writes on U.S. efforts at making peace.
Sumit Ganguly writes about the problems facing Bangladesh’s opposition leader.
Conference focusing on ethics in national security work features SGIS’ Gene Coyle.
Sumit Ganguly in a segment regarding India’s street vendors
President McRobbie wrapped a successful trip to Thailand, where partnerships are helping SGIS.
Lee Hamilton notes that public opinion is on the president’s side in opening Cuba trade.
IU’s Books and Beyond project based in the School of Education but involving some SGIS students
A report on President McRobbie’s trip full of SGIS notes, including benefits from a Thai partnership
Article previews the major conference on anti-Semitism at IU
A write-up of the final “America’s Role in the World” session on Indiana and the World
A wrap of the final “America’s Role in the World” focusing on Indiana’s world role
Panel with Dan Coats highlighted during “America’s Role in the World”
Panel from our “America’s Role in the World” conference featured on C-SPAN
Panelists talked about past arms control and nonproliferation strategies during “America’s Role in the World.”
Panelists offered foreign policy advice to the next president during “America’s Role in the World”
Panelists at “America’s Role in the World” characterize America’s role in the Middle East today and how that role might change under the next president.
Recap of Ben Rhodes’ talk at “America’s Role in the World” conference
Feisal Istrabadi weighs in on the Shia cleric Al-Sadr’s Green Zone protest.
Sumit Ganguly considers the criticism of the Belgian security apparatus.
Gerardo Gonzalez on family’s exit
Timothy Waters on the Karadzic conviction
SGIS co-sponsored a conference with IU Press that examined the connection between anti-Zionism and antisemitism.
Dean Feinstein and Sumit Ganguly give thoughts after Brussels attack.
Video of the session in New York moderated by Dean Feinstein with European ambassadors
Lee Hamilton: Congress should not have its “automatic response” to military budget.
Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton promote continued U.S. global engagement.
SGIS building receives LEED gold.
Fast facts for media covering IU basketball in the NCAA Tournament, includes some about SGIS
Adam Liff writes on the history of and potential future for “self-restraint” in the South China Sea.
SGIS welcomes the Arabic Flagship.
Hussein Banai writes that the Iranian elections do not herald more political reform.
WTIU’s special on Lee Hamilton’s presidential honor
Lee Hamilton writes it’s time for a new approach to North Korea.
Sumit Ganguly addresses the possible budget moves in India.
Lee Hamilton’s experience receiving the Medal of Freedom
Student Experience blog features Fulbright student Arielle Moss, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures major at IU.
Sumit Ganguly tells Deutsche Welle the quota system for caste communities in India is problematic.
IU is noted in The Chronicle of Higher Education as producing among the most Fulbright scholars.
Presentation by Kevin Martin and his new book regarding Syria’s democratic past
Elizabeth Dunn on research presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference
Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton modeled an Indiana approach to government for the nation and the world: even-keeled, pragmatic, bipartisan, and wise.
Lee Hamilton gives an IU fraternity advice on becoming future statesmen.
How Indiana Diversity helped SGIS senior Ireri Perez study in India and Ecuador
Stephen Macekura is part of The Miller Center project on issues facing the next president.
SGIS student Dana Vanderburgh is a “dance diplomat.”
Lee Hamilton writes that the U.S. must continue its key role in managing global trouble.
Recap of Feisal Istrabadi’s Framing the Global presentation, “States in Flux in the Middle East”
Lee Hamilton pens a column asking how hard members of Congress are willing to work to fix the institution and address the key issues facing our country.
Lee Hamilton spoke at Fisher High School, addressing the state champion “We the People” team.
Senior Miles Vining speaks about his experience at IU after serving in the military.
Feisal Istrabadi appears from the SGIS studio to discuss UN report on ISIL.
SGIS' Asma Afsaruddin writes that interpretations of Islam create many forms of it.
Chair of the Dept. of Central Eurasian Studies Jamsheed Choksy and Carol Choksy suggest a new strategy against Islamic terror.
Dir. of the Center on American and Global Security Sumit Ganguly writes that India must better prepare for terrorism.
Dir. of the Center on American and Global Security Sumit Ganguly discusses India-Pakistan relations after weekend militant attacks.