MSGA alumni, Erin Lovall and June Vutrano, promote “Seeking Truth in the Balkans”

On February 23rd, CGA alumni, Erin Lovall and June Vutrano, traveled with Professor Jennifer Trahan to Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio, where a film viewing of Lovall and Vutrano’s capstone project… Continue reading

CGA Faculty Participate in Third Annual Law Women Summit

On February 20th, four CGA faculty members participated in the Third Annual Law Women Summit, focusing on “Women in Conflict:  Gender, Violence, and Peacekeeping,” held at NYU Law School.  Professors Jennifer Trahan, Belinda Cooper, Patty… Continue reading

CGA’s Professor Trahan involved with ICC and lends commentary for International Business Times

CGA’s Jennifer Trahan attended the 13th session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the United Nations held from December 8th until… Continue reading

Colette Mazzucelli’s recent talks and presentations

Professor Colette Mazzucelli reports on a variety of recent engagements. Today, February 10th, she will participate in the United Nations Academic Impact Master Class “Unlearning Intolerance,” at the Secretariat in New York. Over the winter… Continue reading

Mark Galeotti on Russia’s spies

On January 23, Professor Galeotti spoke in Ottawa at the annual symposium of CASIS, the Canadian Association for the Study of Intelligence and Security. His topic was ‘Russia’s Intelligence System,’ and he focused… Continue reading

John Bradley on CBS news

John Bradley, Associate Vice President of Sustainability, Energy, and Technical Services at NYU and adjunct faculty member at the Center for Global Affairs, was quoted on CBS in their segment Smaller, smarter: The Power… Continue reading

Galeotti’s new book: Russia’s Wars in Chechnya, 1994-2008

CGA Professor Mark Galeotti’s latest book was launched in December 2014. Published by Osprey Books, Russia’s Wars in Chechnya, 1994-2008 is a concise summary and analysis of the two Russo-Chechen wars, their causes… Continue reading

MSGA Student Reterski in Foreign Affairs

Milosz Reterski, a second-year student in the MSGA’s Transnational Security concentration, has had an op. ed he wrote for Prof. Galeotti’s Hard Power class published on the Foreign Affairs website. Entitled ‘Breaking the… Continue reading