In his article “How Joe Biden could increase pressure on Vladimir Putin if their June 16 meeting fails to deter Russia’s ‘harmful’ behavior” Jackson School Lecturer Scott Montgomery analyzes current U.S.-Russia relations
In this Seattle Times opinion piece “With sanctions, let’s offer Russia incentives too” Jackson School Professor and Chair of the History Department Glennys Young analyzes alternative approaches to sanctions in U.S.
In “Divided America needs ‘new, more viable history’: A talk with Dan Chirot,” UW News engages in a discussion with Professor Emeritus Daniel Chirot about the wake of the Trump administration,
In this Q&A, Zoe Schenk, an international studies major graduating in summer 2021, shares her thoughts about the annual winter quarter Donald C. Hellmann Task Force Program, which she completed
Through a collaboration with the U.S. Army War College, the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington will launch a new initiative in spring 2021
Watch our conversations in Changing Global Connections: New Formations of Identity, Place and Region, a four-part lecture series on how today’s changing geopolitics is creating new configurations across regions and in
In autumn 2020, one of the Jackson School’s newest alumni, Conor Cunningham, gave us his reflections on how the Jackson School expanded his world. During his time at the UW,
Glennys Young, Jackson School professor and chair of the history department, will appear in a documentary “Project Ninos: Cold War in Sunny Spain,” airing on Oct. 19 at 10:30 p.m.