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AGS Hosts Symposium on How to Build an NGO From Scratch

Read more...The latest edition of the AGS Wine and Cheese symposium, on April 30th, focused on NGO work, with an inspiring presentation on "How to Build an NGO from Scratch". The evening's speaker was Chiara Condi, founder and president ...

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Students Travel to Strasbourg, Visit the Council of Europe

Read more...On April 7th and 8th, the group of undergraduate students spending the Spring semester in Paris went on a two-day trip to the Alsatian city of Strasbourg, in the East of France. Strasbourg is home to some of the ...

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Participants From Over 15 Countries at the AGS Conference 2014

Read more...The AGS Graduate Student Conference 2014 (April 17-18) saw presenters and attendees from over fifteen countries discuss the many aspects of "Cyber-Developments in International Relations". They examined the impact of the internet, information technology developments and social media ...

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9th AGS Annual Conference Addresses Cyber-Developments in International Relations

Read more...On April 17-18, the American Graduate School in Paris will host its 9th Annual Conference on the theme of Cyber-Developments in International Relations. Taking place in Paris, the conference will gather academics, graduate students, and professionals from more ...

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Students Go to Morocco for Three-Day Negotiation Simulation

Read more...On April 5-10, a group of seven AGS students will travel to Rabat, Morocco to take part in a three-day simulation of a Francophonie Summit. This is part of the dual program in Diplomacy and Strategic ...

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Students Travel to Nice on French Riviera

Read more...The group of undergraduate students who are spending the spring semester in Paris through the Arcadia/AGS study abroad program travelled to the French Côte d'Azur for a four-day cultural trip, March 6-9. They stayed in Nice, France's 5th ...

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Ambassador Bolewski Speaks on Ukraine and International Law

Read more...On March 5th, Professor and Ambassador Wilfried Bolewski gave a talk at AGS about the current Ukrainian crisis through the lens of his dual expertise as a career diplomat and a specialist of international law. Providing a thorough ...

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AGS Wine and Cheese Evening: Discussion on the Devyani Khobragade Scandal

Read more...The latest Wine and Cheese evening at AGS was hosted by Dr. Ruchi Anand on February 4th, on the theme: "Indian Fury Over Strip Search of Khobragade: Strained Indo-US Diplomatic Relations?" The presentation and discussion focused on the recent ...

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Start of the New Undergraduate Study Abroad Semester

Read more...The new students participating in the Arcadia Study Abroad Program at the American Graduate School in Paris have started their second week of classes. There are eight students, coming from the U.S., Paraguay, and China. All are enrolled ...

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AGS Pays Tribute to Long-Time Retiring Officer

Read more...On December 17, the American Graduate School in Paris staff, faculty, students and alumni held a celebration in the honor of Muriel Claudel, registrar and student services officer, who is retiring after over a decade of service at ...

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