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Professor Giorgio Poti (International Relations & Global Politics program) recently published an article in the Journal of Global History that will so

Janine di Giovanni is a multi-award-winning journalist and author, and a Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. For this event, she will be sharing her insights and experience of some of the darkest sides of our recent history which, unfortunately, echo what is h


Essays by Mark McKinnon, Cecilia Emma Sottilotta, and David Butow

Born in Rome, Professor Conti moved to the UK when she was 19 years old.

Starting in September of 2020, I had the privilege of beginning an internship at the United States Agency for International Development which is a part of the United States Mission to the United Nations Agencies in Rome. USAID is the no.

The book, titled La Crisi dell' Eurozona e l'Europa del Sud. Un'analisi Comparata, is the Italian edition of The Politics of the Eurozone Crisis in Southern Europe.

AUR congratulates International Relations & Global Politics professor, Cecilia Sottilotta, on the recent publication of E

Cultural Experiences Abroad (CEA Study Abroad) is curently running a webinar series entitled "Global Dialogues", a collection of cross-cultural conversations among international scholars, intellectuals, artists and entrepreneurs.

The so-called “Arab Spring” of 2011 have too often been analyzed by commentators and journalists as unexpected outbursts of violence or as the result of power games between western states.