Faculty Notes

AGS Director Larry Kilman Invited to Join the Grand Jury of the INMA Global Media Awards

Read more...AGS Director Larry Kilman has been invited to join the Grand Jury of the INMA Global Media Awards, which honour creative and innovative sales and marketing practices from news media companies around the world.

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Manlio Graziano Publishes New Book with Stanford University Press

Read more...Manlio Graziano’s latest book, What is a Border?, was just released by Stanford University Press this month. In this book, Professor Graziano looks at the current evolution of the world order toward a reinstatement of the importance of borders ...

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Joav Toker Participates in Conference on the West and the Middle East

Read more...Professor Joav Toker participated in a two-day international conference on the theme “1917-2017: The West and the Middle East” (“1917-2017: Les Occidentaux et le Moyen-Orient”) held in Trouville-sur-Mer, in French Normandy on May 27-28. This was the second edition ...

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Douglas Yates Publishes Historical Dictionary of Gabon

Read more...Professor Douglas Yates has just published the fourth edition of the Historical Dictionary of Gabon (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018). This new edition brings the political affairs of this French-speaking, oil-rich, equatorial African country up to date since the accession ...

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Douglas Yates Invited by Chinese TV to Comment on Recent Events in Nigeria

Read more...On 18 December 2017, AGS specialist of African politics Professor Douglas Yates was invited by the Chinese international news television station CGTN to speak about the recent rescue of Chinese workers abducted by pirates in Nigeria. Yates explained the ...

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Ruchi Anand authors Chapter on France in The World Views of the Obama Era

Read more...Ruchi Anand authored a chapter in the just released book The World Views of the Obama Era. From Hope to Disillusionment (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017). This collective volume edited by former AGS faculty member Matthias Maass examines the Obama ...

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Elizabeth Milovidov Produces Six Video Tutorials on Child Protection for the Council of Europe

Read more...Professor Elizabeth Milovidov produced a series of video tutorials and a guide for the Council of Europe on the occasion of the 2017 edition of the "European Day of the Protection of children against sexual exploitation and sexual abuse" ...

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Douglas Yates Comments on French President Macron's Visit to Africa on France 24

Read more...On November 29, Douglas Yates, AGS’s expert on African politics, was invited by the international news TV network France 24 to comment on the political relations between France the African continent on the occasion of French President Emmanuel Macron’s ...

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Manlio Graziano Invited by Johns Hopkins University to Present his Book on the Relations between the US and the Catholic Church

Read more...Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) has invited Professor Graziano to present his recent book In Rome We Trust: The Rise of Catholicism in American Political Life (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2017) on December 8th.

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Larry Kilman Interviewed about his UNESCO Report on the Issue of Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists

Read more...Associate Director Larry Kilman’s recent UNESCO publication, ‘An Attack on One Is an Attack on All: Successful Initiatives to Protect Journalists and Combat Impunity’ was featured in several events on 2 November, the International Day to End Impunity for ...

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Ryan MillsUnited States
Study Abroad in Paris
Fall 2015 

quote leftFrom current issues in the Middle East taught together by an Iranian historian and an Israelli journalist, to NGO management taught by the director of Human Rights Watch in France, every class was fascinating and taught by some of the most impressive people I could ever have imagined. I immediately felt at home in this small but active AGS community because, although students and professors are all from different parts of the world, everyone takes the time to understand each other's perspective. Overall, I would recommend AGS to anyone with a thirst for intellectual stimulation and a drive to not only understand the world of international relations, but engage in it..quote right

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