• Graduate Student Research Presentations

U.S. Foreign Policy and International Political Economy

The objective of the event is to present the research our graduate students are conducting in the area of International Studies. The event will not only reflect the thematic interest of our students, but also their creativity in the articulation of theories and concepts to explain a few parcels of the complex interrelations in world politics.

Carlyn Jorgensen:  Breaking News! The CNN Effect and Its Impact on American Foreign Policy

James Burns:  A Just War or Just War? The Ethical Context of Preventative and Preemptive War

Lisa Grasso:  China, the US and the 1995-1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis: An Analysis Through Strategic Realism

Morgan Villano:  The Impact of Communicable Diseases on the Traditional Conceptualization of National Security

Sabrina Ivers and Michail Vafeadis:  The anti-globalization movements and the redefinition new social movements (NSM)

Location:  McDermott Conference Room
Donahue Building, 1st Floor
41 Temple Street
Boston, MA 02114

Time: 6:00pm

RSVP: grad.admission@suffolk.edu
(617) 573-8302

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