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SIS Students Take a Summer Break from Classrooms, Not from Waging Peace

Many SIS students will spend the summer working toward future career goals; here are the plans of just a few.
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Adrika Lazarus in graduation cap and gown

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A Special Day Delayed but Not Denied

A Q&A with Adrika Lazarus, SIS/MA ’20, who will serve as a student speaker on May 21, 2022, just as she originally planned to do in May 2020.
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SIS Alumna Named School’s First Knight-Hennessy Scholar

Madison Freeman, SIS/BA ’16, is part of the 2022 cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars and is the first SIS graduate to be so named. She will receive three years of funded graduate studies at Stanford University.
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Wattrelos, FRANCE - November 6, 2015 : Marine le Pen from Front National during her speech for Regionales 2015. Photo credit: magicinfoto / Shutterstock.com

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How Marine Le Pen Managed to Gain Ground with Youth Voters—and Why Her Success Isn’t Being Replicated by the US Right

While Marine Le Pen’s Rassemblement National has engaged in a decade-long campaign to rehabilitate its image with youth voters, the GOP is moving in the opposite direction.
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A man pulls luggage and holds a small boy's hand as they walk toward the camera. In the background, other refugees do similarly.

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NATO Membership, Proxy Wars, and the Nuclear Threat: Six Current Questions about the War in Ukraine

Three SIS professors answer pressing questions about the war in Ukraine, including possible NATO expansion and stepped-up rhetoric from both US and Russian officials.
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Back row, left to right: Sheridan Johnson, Danny Shao, Larson Bukowski, Katie Hawley, Jenna Bolonik.
Front row, left to right: Eleanor Wieshuber, Madison Murfield, Ellie Mankarious

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SIS Names Inaugural Abdul Aziz Said Peace Scholars

A group of SIS freshmen was named the inaugural group of Abdul Aziz Said Peace Scholars, an honor named after the longtime SIS professor and founder of the International Peace and Conflict Resolution graduate program, Abdul Aziz Said.
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Post-Brexit Troubles for the United Kingdom

How an ally's rhetoric threatens peace
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SIS students, faculty, and staff visit the European External Action Service headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.

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SIS Students and KU Leuven Students in Belgium Work Together during Course on Transatlantic Relations

SIS students and students at KU Leuven in Leuven, Belgium, learned together, exchanged perspectives on different issues, and even visited each other in person.
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Building a Transatlantic Bridge

The significance of the US-EU Trade and Technology Council
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a north african town viewed above a yellow wall

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Fortress Europe

The EU's colonial-era external borders: Spain & Morocco
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