Jackson School faculty Kathie Friedman, Angelina Godoy and Devin Naar are featured in ‘An uphill battle’: Exploring anti-Semitism and anti-immigrant sentiment for sharing their personal journeys and immigration and refugee research as
Kathie Friedman, Associate Professor of International Studies, is quoted in “The Good, the Bad, and the Costly Responses to Migration” about migration as a survival issue.
In her opinion piece “The United States should embrace its legacy of compassion towards immigrants and refugees, not its history of xenophobia” Associate Professor Kathie Friedman-Kasaba, a global migration expert,
The Syrian civil war has caused more than 12 million Syrians to flee their homes due to violence and conflict. So far, the international humanitarian response has been insufficient, and
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.
Jackson School professor and forced migration specialist Kathie Friedman, will give three public lectures on immigrants and refugees at Temple Beth Am. The lecture series will take place on three consecutive
Over 300 students, faculty and community members packed into Room 210 at Kane Hall on November 28 to hear a panel of Jackson School professors talk about the implications of a Trump
Jackson School faculty members Professors David Bachman, Reşat Kasaba, Kathie Friedman, Scott Radnitz and Sabine Lang discuss their areas of expertise in light of the new geopolitical reality following the election of Donald Trump in a recent article by UW
During his campaign, President-Elect Donald Trump made trenchant remarks regarding U.S. allies, the NATO pact, relations with Russia and China and his views on U.S. immigration policies. Join Jackson School faculty
The Jackson School of International Studies, in partnership with the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, hosted a public conference on Friday, October 14 on “The Global Migration Crisis and Human Rights.” The all-day event brought