Ban Ki-Moon's chief of staff visits SIPA for a discussion of leadership and service to mark International Women's Day.
How are the BRICS nations performing amid growing skepticism toward emerging markets and the potential convergence between advanced and developing economies?
Speaker's path to public service took him from investment banking to the armed forces and then to SIPA.
SIPA's Hisham Aidi talks about his new book on Muslim youth culture, the role of music in countering "radical" Islam, and American outreach to young Muslims in western Europe.
Author says revenue from resource boom should be invested in transformative areas like education and infrastructure.
SIPA will convene leading technology entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and experts in global urban policy for an April 1 roundtable discussion of the application of digital technology and advanced data analytics to foster improvements to urban ..
Lamia Bazir MIA ’14 and Aura Martinez MPA ’14 are part of a six-member team consulting for Transparency International as their EPD workshop.
With the power of the people behind him and a whole lineup of projects ahead, Jaivardhan Singh MPA-DP ’13 is a busy man in his Indian hometown of Raghogarh, in the central state of Madhya Pradesh...
A public forum, dinner, and research conference will honor the first PhD program of its kind.
Teams of students will have the chance to develop innovative technologies to benefit urban residents around the world.
Alec Ross, former senior advisor to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, discussed the role of technology in diplomacy in a recent talk.
Andrew Nathan looked at China-Japan relations in the context of rising tensions over islands in the East China Sea.
SIPA faculty Jan Svejnar and Andrés Velasco discussed the experience of running for high office in their home countries.
T.V. Paul, an international relations scholar at McGill University, visited SIPA to discuss his new book on contemporary Pakistan.
Jeni Klugman, the bank’s director of gender and development, spoke at SIPA about the importance of gender to government and private companies.
A new book from Professor Stephen Sestanovich looks at sweep of U.S. foreign policy since 1940s.
Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson discussed conflict in Africa, future of intervention, and emerging issues.
Lady Barbara Judge spoke at the inaugural event to women pursuing careers in energy and related fields.
Students learn about sharing information in communities that face humanitarian crises or other problems.
Former Hungary PM visits Center on Global Economic Governance.
A SIPA alumna discusses her work on school projects in Burundi and the importance of remaining calm.
SIPA's United Nations Study Program sponsored the Jan. 23 panel.
The Fulbright scholar was recently selected as a Global Shaper representing Mexico and will attend the 2014 World Economic Forum on Latin America in Panama this April.
The political scientist spoke with SIPA News about his work on corruption in urban settings.
The businessman and diplomat for whom SIPA’s Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies is named died on January 2 at the age of 97.
SIPA's Faculty members are at the top of their respective fields. Faculty Directory
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