Attention UW Alumni & members of the public in D.C. or New York! Coming up in April, Middle East expert Reşat Kasaba, Stanley D. Golub Chair in International Studies and Director
In October 2015, the Jackson School hosted a panel focused on cybersecurity norms and challenges. At the event, two of the panel speakers—Paul Nicholas from Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing and Jessica
In this first-hand account, Jackson School of International Studies Professor Joel S. Migdal observes the political, social and economic situation in Gaza based on his visit there in winter 2016. Dr. Migdal is
“We academics have to be more nimble and versatile in navigating a career,” said Jackson School Associate Professor Kristian Coates Ulrichsen to a group of students and faculty gathered for his
Jackson School Professor Saadia Pekkanen, an expert in outer space and international relations, gives an insider’s look into how smallsats (a.k.a. small satellites) are playing a big role in global
Jackson School Affiliate Professor Kristian Coates Ulrichsen recently had an article published with the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington – Qatar: Reshuffling Toward Austerity.
Since the end of the Cold War, there has been an ideological confrontation in the Korean Peninsula between communist North Korea and democratic South Korea. As South Korea has embraced
Affiliate faculty Kristian Coates Ulrichsen writes for the BBC that relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran are at their worst in nearly 30 years, following the execution of Saudi cleric
Ph.D. candidate Elise Carlson-Rainer co-authored an article, “India: A Microcosm of Tensions on LGBT Rights,” for Foreign Policy, The South Asia Channel.
Although initial investigation appears to indicate that no encryption was used to plan the terrible attacks in Paris, the attacks have given the policy conversation around encryption and commercial products