For Foreign Policy, SFS Professor Matthew Kroenig and Emily Ashford discuss the recent civil unrest in Kazakhstan and the potential impact on the United States' relationship with Russia and Eurasia.
For the Bharat Express News, Alexandra Phelan, assistant professor of global law, public health, and ethics, provides comments on vaccine inequity between high-income and low-income countries.
"Women in Synodality," an event co-hosted by Georgetown University, responded to concern over the lack of female leadership positions in the Catholic Church, and looked towards the future role of women in the Church.
For NPR, Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies Director Angela Stent provides historical context for Russia's recent aggression towards Ukraine.
Marc Busch, professor of international business diplomacy at SFS, writes for the Hill on the potential for bias towards European cars and car parts under Congress' proposed electric vehicle tax credits.
Mirgani, assistant director for publications at GU-Q’s Center for International and Regional Studies, says that her role has influenced her creative process and informed her award winning short, Al-Sit.
The third annual Bridging the Atlantic Conference explored topics of diplomacy, trade, security, and how the United States and Ireland can work together to sustain and expand cooperation on these issues.
On November 5-6, Georgetown Law and the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law convened a virtual global conference focusing on the central role of intellectual property law in addressing the dramatic disparity in access to COVID-19 vaccines.
Gostin, a professor of global health law, urges widespread vaccination and vaccine mandates, especially for those who work with children.
The Indigenous Studies Working Group of Georgetown University gathers together colleagues and students interested in the field of Indigenous studies, with the goal of promoting greater respect, awareness, and collaboration with Indigenous peoples.