INDIGENOUS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN A WARMING ARCTIC In both Canada and the United States, China’s aspirations as a polar power are impacting the balance in Arctic international relations. In
In “From the land of the Reindeer People to Red Square: Teacher brings the Mongolian language to the UW,” about the significance of the teaching of the Mongolian language at the UW
The possible damage of a nation-state or lone hacker cyber-attack is grave—both in the potential to harm physical infrastructure as well as the potential harm to economies and political processes.
International Policy Institute senior fellows Chris Seiple (Religion) and Jessica Beyer (Cybersecurity) are teaching innovative courses winter quarter of 2019. Chris Seiple will teach Cross-Cultural Religious Literacy (JSIS 578). Cross-Cultural
With less than a month left of classes, the 2016–17 Applied International Studies master’s candidates are busy finishing their capstone projects with guidance from one of the world’s most influential
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The presidency of Donald Trump has vast implications for international affairs and even the internal politics of other countries — it could lead to geopolitical realignments on a global scale.
Summer quarter for many Jackson School and other University of Washington students often means travel, study or an internship abroad. But for 40 UW students who stayed in Seattle in