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Commencement 2017: "Lead Us Forward With the Knowledge You Have Gained from AGS!"

Read more...The American Graduate School in Paris celebrated its 2017 graduates during a Commencement ceremony that took place on June 2nd in the French Senate in Paris. Students from the United States, Canada, Nigeria and Uzbekistan were awarded a ...

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Master's Student Presents at DAKAM International Conference on Security Studies

Read more...Chloe Bingham, a Master's candidate in the International Relations and Diplomacy program at AGS (Class of 2018), was accepted to present a paper at an international academic conference on Security Studies that took place in Istanbul in April. ...

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AGS Students Participate in International Negotiation Simulation on Europe's Migratory Crisis

Read more...Like every year, AGS Master's students who have opted for the dual program in Diplomacy and Strategic Negociation joined their fellow students from Université Paris Sud for an international negotiation simulation. This year's mock negotiation took place in ...

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12th AGS Conference Brings Together Scholars and Practitioners to Explore Non-Western Perspectives in International Relations

Read more...The 12th AGS International Graduate Student Conference that took place on April 21st was a success, with presenters and attendees from such diverse national origins as Thailand, Kenya, Rwanda, Ghana, Nigeria, Egypt, Qatar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, and ...

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Guest Speakers from UNEP Talk About Gender-Specifc Impact of Climate Change

Read more...On April 6th, Dr. Ruchi Anand's class on International Environmental Policy hosted two guest speakers from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), to talk about gender issues relating to climate change. The two speakers, Rahel Steinbach and Marie ...

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Coming Up: Second AGS Seminar on Religion and International Relations

Read more...On Saturday, April 22nd, AGS will host the second seminar in the series on Religion and International Relations that it started in February.

These seminars aim to bring together scholars, diplomats and graduate students to explore the ...

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AGS Students to Participate in International Negotiation Simulation in Beirut, Lebanon

Read more...Like every year, AGS students enrolled in the dual Master's program in International Relations, Diplomacy and Strategic Negotiation with AGS's partner institution Université Paris Sud will take part in an international negotiation simulation along with their fellow students ...

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Scholars, Diplomats, Researchers, and Students Discuss the Influence of Religion on International Relations

Read more...The first edition of the AGS Seminar Series on Religion and International Relations on February 3-4 was a success, with over thirty scholars, diplomats, government researchers and graduate students who came from institutions in France and Italy, to ...

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Violence against Women in the European Union: The EU needs to adhere to the Istanbul Convention ASAP

Read more...An article by Eileen Servidio-Delabre
President of the American Graduate School in Paris

Two documents have been recently published treating the subject of violence against women in Member States of the European Union (EU). ...

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Start of the Spring Semester

Read more...With the start of the Spring academic semester, we are happy to be welcoming our new students – and welcoming back our continuing students. As always at AGS, this semester's incoming students form a diverse group, ...

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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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