Jennifer Trahan joins International Law Association’s Use of Force Committee, moderates panel on Crime of Aggression

Professor Jennifer Trahan was named as one of the American representatives to the Use of Force Committee of the International Law Association.  She was nominated to serve on the international committee by the… Continue reading

Bloomberg Interviews CGA Alum Chloe Demrovsky on Resiliency Planning for Extreme Weather

CGA alum Chloe Demrovsky, Executive Director of Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) International, was interviewed by Bloomberg TV this week. She was joined by Citi Managing Director John Ondermatt to discuss public and private… Continue reading

Reuters interviews CGA alum James Bambino on Anticipated Changes to Oil Prices

CGA alum James Bambino, now Oil Futures and Options Editor at Platts, was interviewed by Reuters this week on how the downward pressure on oil prices might change as the end of the… Continue reading

MSGA Grads at UN Climate Summit

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon achieved a real coup on September 23rd:  He gathered the highest level leaders of government, business and civil society to come to the UN to speak and to make bold… Continue reading

CGA Hosts Special Event on War Crimes & Crimes Against Humanity in Syria

On October 2, 2014, NYU Global Affairs hosted a Special Event: War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in Syria:   Accountability and Avenues of Justice.The Panel discussed potential avenues to accountability for crimes occurring in… Continue reading

CGA’s Cooper discusses Ferguson in Time magazine

CGA’s Belinda Cooper explored ideas of how the United States could avoid events like Ferguson and the role of transitional justice within the US in an article for The Weekly Wonk, a blog from… Continue reading

MSGA’s Ana Defillo gains attention for capstone from RioTimes

An article in RioTimes was published about MSGA graduate, Ana Defillo, and her capstone project that focuses on forced labor in the garment industry of South America.

Russia, Ukraine, and the new ‘Hot Peace’

As the conflict in Ukraine escalates with the arrival of regular Russian troops, Professor Mark Galeotti has been exploring the parameters and prospects of the new ‘hot peace’. Interviewed for the Council on… Continue reading