In “The sharing economy helps women find new economic opportunities in Jordan” Allison Anderson, a Jackson School of International Studies Ph.D. candidate and Cybersecurity Fellow at the School’s International Policy Institute, examines
Jackson School Director Reşat Kasaba, is quoted by Arab News on the recent Turkey-Syria refugee border situation citing the often overlooked ‘human dimension’ of the crisis.
In November, sample Jackson School international offerings, from events on hot global topics to study abroad to a Jackson School Open House and more. Follow this link for a listing of Jackson School events
In “Graduate students can study abroad, too: See the world with these Seattle-area programs” the Jackson School is mentioned for its housing the UW-wide Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship
Following the drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil fields, Reşat Kasaba, Director of the Jackson School and a professor of the modern Middle East, is quoted in a Seattle Times
In “Iran and its nuclear situation,”affiliate faculty and geoscientist Scott L. Montgomery, analyzes the latest unfolding crisis between Iran and the West, and particularly with the U.S.