In the Wall Street Journal School of Foreign Service professor Daniel Byman explores the legacy of the Khobar Towers and Iranian aggression in the Middle East, 25 years after 19 Americans died in the deadly bombing in Saudi Arabia.
The Institute for the Study of Diplomacy in the School of Foreign Service released a podcast mini-series, "Diplomacy and the Arab Spring at 10 – Origins and Legacies of Revolution," covering these events in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, and Syria.
Speaking with the Washington Post, Professor Marissa Fond talks about the evolution of language alongside social change, as major legislation may soon give Czech women the right to use the masculine version of their surnames.
School of Foreign Service Professors Madeleine Albright, Katharine Donato, and Elizabeth Ferris have been appointed to the North and Central American Task Force on Migration, initiated by the World Refugee and Migration Council.
Neurology and ethics professor James Giordano (Georgetown University Medical Center) told the Guardian that Russia and China may be continuing to develop microwave weapons, even after the United States ended their exploration due to ethical concerns.
In the New York Times, Georgetown Law professor and tax law expert Lilian Faulhaber said recent international talks may be indicators of progress on a global tax deal, as pushed for by U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
In a CNN opinion piece, Shareen Joshi (School of Foreign Service) argues that media outlets shouldn't use images of burning funeral pyres to symbolize the COVID-19 crisis in India.
A May 2021 report from Georgetown's Institute for Women, Peace and Security finds that women's participation in United Nations peacekeeping improves community engagement and operational effectiveness.
Memorandum of Understanding between GU-Q and Teach for Qatar Opens New Avenues for Collaboration in Education
Georgetown University in Qatar and Teach for Qatar recently signed a memorandum of understanding to underscore their increasingly diverse partnership and to further strengthen their cooperation in education and research.
Researchers from Georgetown's Center for Security and Emerging Technology have found a way to make OpenAI’s text-generating artificial intelligence program GPT-3 write convincing misinformation.
A panel event hosted by Georgetown University in Qatar brought together scholars to address central questions related to climate change, the politics of natural resources, food security, water conflict, and other issues of environmental concern.
Georgetown students in the Class of 2021 have earned prestigious scholarships and fellowships to advance social justice around the world, published books and original research that advocate for social change, and served their communities through…
Sonal Shah, a professor and founding executive director of the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University, has been named president of the new Asian American Foundation.
Since joining the World Food Programme (WFP) in 1989, School of Foreign Service alumnus Stephen Anderson (SFS‘86) has worked tirelessly to ensure that all people have access to food and nutrition.
An April 2021 report from Jesuit Refugee Service/USA and Georgetown’s Institute for the Study of International Migration finds that public health restrictions amplified existing inequalities between displaced and host populations.
Alvaro Santos of Georgetown Law's Center for the Advancement of the Rule of Law in the Americas co-authored the report "Trade, Economy, and Work" (in collaboration with Chris Wilson of the Wilson Center and other experts), which offers policy…
With the increased number of hate crimes committed against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) over the past year, and in light of the recent mass shooting in Atlanta, Georgia that took the lives of eight people, six of whom were women of…