CGA’s Professor Trahan- Salzburg Law School’s Summer Institute on International Criminal Law

On August 4, Professor Trahan lectured at Salzburg Law School’s Summer Institute on International Criminal Law.  Her first lecture was entitled:  “Aggression and the use of force to prevent core crimes:  the case… Continue reading

MSGA’s Slade Johnson Published by US Department of Energy

On August 3rd, Slade Johnson, an MSGA student, published an article for the Energy Information Agency (EIA) in Washington, DC as part of his internship with the US Department of Energy this summer.  The… Continue reading

CGA’s Trahan lectures in the Hague, Netherlands

On June 24, Professor Jennifer Trahan lectured in The Hague, Netherlands.  First, she taught students from Central Michigan University at The Peace Palace.  Then, she appeared on a panel that was part of Leiden… Continue reading

CGA’s Trahan Published in Journal on the Use of Force and International Law

Professor Jennifer Trahan was recently published in the Journal on the Use of Force and International Law (Routledge Publisher, UK) for her article, “Defining the ‘grey area’ where humanitarian intervention may not be fully… Continue reading

CGA’s Trahan and US Ambassador Rapp in discussion for International Justice Day

On July 16, Professor Jennifer Trahan hosted a discussion in honor of International Justice Day (July 17) with U.S. Ambassador Stephen Rapp, Office of Global Criminal Justice, US Department of State. The event… Continue reading

CGA’s Cooper and Trahan in Sarajevo with MSGA Students

On June 29th, CGA students visited the forensics lab at the International Commission for Missing Persons in Sarajevo as part of the MSGA’s Global Field Intensive, War Crimes Prosecutions in the Former Yugoslavia: The Pitfalls… Continue reading

MSGA Student, Pornphrom Vikitsreth, Published in Forbes

CGA’s Pornphrom Vikitsreth, a graduate student in the M.S. in Global Affairs program, was recently published in Forbes magazine for his op-ed, “A Thai Canal Could Be The Answer To China’s Energy Concerns”.  Vikitsreth… Continue reading

GFI to Berlin to see the German Clean Tech Revolution

The GFI, Revolutions in Sustainability, looking at the extraordinary breakthroughs in German clean technology and the policies underlying these, was in Berlin at the end of May to cap its three months of… Continue reading