In “Seattle looks on Hong Kong in awe, and starts to organize” David Bachman, a professor of China studies at the Jackson School, comments on Seattle’s recent solidarity movement for
In this BBC Newday interview, Jackson School Professor Saadia Pekkanen, an expert in international political economy, international law, space security and policy, discusses “battle-space awareness” regarding threats and counter-threat capabilities in
In conversation with Bill Radke, host of KUOW’s The Record, on “Space Crime Coast to Coast” Jackson School Professor Saadia Pekkanen, an expert in international political economy, international law, space
In “Why Japan and South Korea are feuding,” Donald Hellmann, Professor Emeritus and a Japan expert, comments on why the feud goes beyond the two countries.
How can we restore public confidence in foreign policy experts? That is the question that senior-level international affairs representatives from the U.S. Department of State, American University, University of Maryland,
Sneha Indrajit, who earned her bachelor’s in international studies at the Jackson School, heads to China, in autumn 2019 to begin a yearlong master’s program at Yenching Academy, Peking University.
Nuclear energy expert, geoscientist and Jackson School Lecturer Scott Montgomery was recently quoted in a CNBC article on North Korea evading sanctions but relying on alternative energy sources to keep the economy
Lyle J. Goldstein, a United States Naval War College research professor recently presented a lecture on his recent book, “Meeting China Halfway.” He was joined by Jackson School faculty David
In his recent commentary piece “The biggest obstacle to deal with Korea isn’t Kim Jong Un” Clint Work, a doctoral candidate from the Jackson School, argues that the American foreign policy establishment
Challenges and Possibilities of Creating Inclusive Societies in Japan and the U.S. February 21 at 7 PM in Kane Hall 225 Free and open to the public. Register HERE. Panelists