MSGA Student, Nabegh Al Sabbagh, Published by International Security Observer

MSGA’s Nabegh Al Sabbagh recently had his article, “Iran’s Political Risk: for the oil and gas industry”, published on January 27th by the International Security Observe.   In it, he gives a thorough analysis of the… Continue reading

MSGA’s Sara Canals to Premiere “Transcending Boundaries” at DC Environmental Film Festival

MSGA Student, Sara Canals, recently had her documentary, “Transcending Boundaries: Perspectives from Parque Internacional La Amistad”, accepted into the Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C.  The documentary focuses on the main environmental threats… Continue reading

CGA’s Demrovsky interviewed on MSNBC’s The Docket

MSNBC’s The Docket invited Chloe Demrovsky, Executive Director of the Disaster Recovery Institute and Faculty Adjunct of the Center for Global Affairs, to discuss the water crisis occurring in Flint, Michigan.  Not long… Continue reading

CGA’s Oppenheimer Speaks on Council of Foreign Relations’ Asia Unbound Podcast

CGA’s Michael Oppenheimer was invited to speak with Elizabeth Economy on the Council of Foreign Relation’s Asia Unbound podcast on January 20th to discuss his new book, Pivotal Countries, Alternate Futures.  In his newest… Continue reading

CGA’s Goldberg Discusses How Presidential Primaries Affect American Foreign Policy in HuffPost

On January 17th, HuffPost recently published Professor Edward Goldberg’s article, “Iowa, New Hampshire and the Disembodiment of American Foreign Policy”, which focuses on how the presidential primaries are affecting American foreign policy. It… Continue reading

MSGA Student, Karin Attia, Published in Open Democracy

MSGA Candidate, Karin Attia, recently had her op-ed, “An Intimate Intifada”, published by Open Democracy on January 14th, which examines Palestinian women’s unprecedented involvement in recent acts of violence in Israel and the West… Continue reading

MSGA Student, Ramon Collado, Publishes Article on Japan’s Susceptibility to Geopolitical Manipulation

MSGA Student, Ramon Collado, has published another piece for The Hill about Japan’s susceptibility to geopolitical manipulation.  It was written as part of an assignment for Professor Carolyn Kissane’s Energy, Environment and Resource Security… Continue reading

CGA’s Professor Trahan and Anna Mosher Lead Global Field Intensive to Rwanda in January

From January 9-17, Professor Trahan, accompanied by CGA’s Anna Mosher, led a group of 15 NYU students to Rwanda, as part of a Global Field Intensive focused on “Justice & Reconciliation.” In Rwanda,… Continue reading