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Fall 2017 Capstone Colloquium Series - Communications & Funding at UNFPA

Join us this Wednesday, 27th September, when Eddie Wright will talk to us about the roles of Communication & Funding at the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The talk will be held in the SPAA Building, CPS 309.  Eddie Wright is a communication specialist for youth and population issues at UNFPA, the [...]

Ph.D. Candidate Julia Sweet Lectures at NYU on "Putin’s Politics and Collective Memories in Russia"

On September 29th, 2017, PhD Candidate Julia Sweet will speak at NYU for a lecture entitled “Putin’s politics and collective memories in Russia (2013-2015).” The event is part of the Occasional series, sponsored by the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia.   This study analyzes the political manipulations of Vladimir Putin’s [...]

Professor Yale H. Ferguson Presents Paper on Globalization at EISA Barcelona Meeting

DGA Professorial Fellow Yale H. Ferguson and Richard W. Mansbach (Iowa State) presented their co-authored paper on "Globalization: Past, Present, and Future" September 16th at the European International Studies Association's 2018 Meeting in Barcelona, Spain. The paper concludes that although most globalization trends continue strong, some of the [...]

Opening Session - Fall 2017 Capstone Colloquium

The Rutgers Division of Global Affairs is pleased to invite you to our weekly Capstone Colloquium Series.   Join us this Wednesday, 20th September, when Dr. Reza Fakhari will speak to us on the theme of Global Development. The talk will take place from 11.00am-12.30pm at the Dana room, Dana library.  Dr. Fakhari [...]

DGA Graduate William E. Bailey New Testimonial

William E. Bailey had this to say about his experience participating in the joint program between the law school and DGA: "Rutgers University – Division of Global Affairs furthered my breadth of knowledge, comprehension of global issues, and analytical problem-solving skills that are required to be a professional leader in the era of [...]

Professor Reich Publishes Article in International Affairs

September 1, 2017 Professor Simon Reich recently co-authored an article with Naval War College Professor Peter Dombrowski titled "Does Trump Have a Grand Strategy?" The article was published on September 1, 2017 as the lead article  in International Affairs, the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House's) counterpart to [...]

PhD Candidate George Repic Earns Teaching Award

September 1, 2017   PhD candidate George Repic recently received the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching. George is an instructor of business at SUNY Rockland Community College. To read more, please visit:

PhD Candidate Anna Ikeda Awarded ICNC Research Fellowship

September 1, 2017 PhD candidate Anna Ikeda was recently selected to be a 2017 Research Fellow at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict. ICNC will be supporting Anna's dissertation research, which is a comparative case study on various anti-military base movements. To learn more, please visit: https://www.nonviolent-conflict. [...]

Dr. Simon Reich Publishes Piece on Trump's Afghanistan Speech & Policy

Dr. Simon Reich recently published a piece on Trump's Afghanistan speech and policy in the Conversation and reprinted in Task and Purpose. His piece, "Afghanistan is Officially Mattis' War Now," can be found here.  

PhD Student Lillian Hussong Travels to Sweden and Publishes Article

PhD student Lillian Hussong travelled to Umeå, Sweden to attend the 9th International Conference on Arctic Social Science (ICASS IX).  ICASS IX is a triennial conference hosted by the International Arctic Social Sciences Association.  Hussong was awarded a partial fellowship from the National Science Foundation’s Arctic Social Sciences [...]

DGA Professorial Fellow Yale Ferguson Publishes on OBOR Initiative

DGA Professorial Fellow Yale H. Ferguson has published an in-depth analysis of China's immensely ambitious "One Belt, One Road" foreign investment strategy and its implications for China's relations with the United States, Europe, Russia, and Central and Southeast Asia. [Ferguson, Yale. "China's OBOR Policy, China-U.S. Relations, and the Return of [...]

Professor Simon Reich Spends Summer as a Visiting Fellow at IRSEM

Between the months of June, July and parts of August, DGA Professor, Dr. Simon Reich, will be serving as a visiting fellow at IRSEM, a strategic think tank located in the Ecole Millitaire in Paris, France. Check out the webpage of IRSEM to learn a little more about the work Dr. Reich will be immersed in.  

PhD Candidate Alejandro Giménez-Santana Presents at Two Conferences

In May 2017, PhD Candidate Alejandro Giménez-Santana presented at the American Society of Evidence-Based Policing Conference at Arizona State University in Phoenix, Arizona. In June 2017, Alejandro will be presenting once again at the Spanish Society of Criminological Research (SEIC) in Spain. The research Alejandro [...]

PhD Student Ziyi Zhang Participates in Two Summer Programs

From May 30 to June 3, 2017, PhD student, Ziyi Zhang, will attend the "U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium" program at Washington D.C. The program is organized by the National Committee on the U.S.-China Relations. This program is "an exclusive four-day program designed to provide 75 of the best and brightest Chinese graduate students [...]

DGA Professor Simon Reich Co-Authors Piece in Defense One E-Book

On March 2017, DGA Professor Simon Reich and Peter Dombrowski of the Naval War College published a piece entitled, ‘What’s the Purpose of President Trump’s Navy?’ featured in The Future of the US Navy, an E-book by Defense One. In this piece, Reich and Dombrowski analyze the Trump campaign’s pledge to bolster the U.S. naval fleet from 272 to [...]

PhD Candidate Yvan Ilunga's Latest Publication and Conference Participation

Beyond the simplistic narrative of political instabilities in the DRC, Yvan Ilunga our DGA PhD Candidate and SAGA President has published a new article for the Conversation entitled "Stability in the DRC: A Look Beyond Political Agreements". In this piece Yvan argues that while conflicts in the DRC has a lot to do with power [...]

PhD Candidate Adonia Ayebare Appointed Uganda's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations New York

PhD Candidate Adonia Ayebare was recently appointed as Uganda's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations New York. The appointment was effective beginning March 2017. Until recently, Adonia was a Senior Adviser on Peace and Security at the African Union Permanent Observer Mission at The United Nations, New York. He [...]

Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock N Roll Screening

The Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, and the Division of Global Affairs  co-sponsored the film screening  “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock N Roll” featuring Director, John Pirozzi.  Through the eyes, words, and songs of its popular music stars of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, 'Don't Think I've [...]

PhD Student Lauren Kaplan Awarded the Rutgers-USAID Research & Innovation Fellowship

Awarded a second time with the Research & Innovation Fellowship through Rutgers and USAID, Lauren Kaplan will be returning to Cape Town, South Africa for two months to conduct research that will ultimately contribute towards her dissertation. The purpose of her research is to explore existing laws, policies, and programs and their impact at [...]


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