Spring intern Yemi Olaiya discusses the ongoing territorial dispute between Argentina and Great Britain over the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) and what might unfold with newly elected Argentine President Mauricio Macri in office.
The Education Team was hard at work this week bringing global education to students throughout the community.
Spring intern Matthew Davenport examines the rumblings over a recent nuclear weapon test as the epicenter of a complicated relationship between North Korea and its most important ally, China.
Spring intern Matthew Davenport discusses the Spanish political crisis following the national elections last December.
Did you miss our breakfast briefing on Friday? Find out what Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland’s Vice President & Senior Regional Officer Guhan Venkatu and PNC’s Senior International Economist Bill Adams discussed in a recent Pittsburgh Tribune-Review article.
Many students are thinking about college applications, career plans, or a summer internship. To help start the search process, we’ve compiled a list of internship, study abroad, and travel experiences in international affairs across a wide range of organizations.
Spring intern Elise Antel discusses North Korea’s nuclear arms agenda and the role China could play in mitigating the situation.
Various international topics such as human rights, globalization, femicide, foreign service, international social movements, the global economy and experience abroad may more or less seem unrelated. However, what each of these subjects share is their intersectionality. Spring intern Yemi Olaiya discusses the idea behind intersectionality and its relevance to how global issues are addressed.
Thomas Asbery, Richard Ball, Michael Mierau and Matthew Strub recently led a global issues seminar, presented by the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh. All four career officers attend the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle.
Spring intern Matthew Davenport discusses Kosovo and EU membership and the challenges faced from political opposition groups.