The Center for International Affairs and World Cultures draws on Northeastern University’s many strengths in the study of international institutions and processes, enhancing knowledge of world societies, politics, and cultures. The Center’s activities aim to advance interdisciplinary scholarship, programs of study, and transnational linkages. Housed in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, the Center coordinates the activities of area studies programs devoted to multiple geographic regions, while emphasizing four thematic concerns that span the globe
3Qs with Rory Smead, assistant professor of philosophy and religion November 21st, 2014 Last week, China and the United States announced an ambitious climate agreement aimed at reducing carbon emissions in both countries, a pledge that marks the first time that China has agreed to stop its growing emissions. Leaders of both nations hope the…
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A 3Qs with Associate Academic Specialist Natalie Bormann, an expert in German history and politics November 12th, 2014 Sunday marked the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the barrier that separated the German capital for almost three decades and epitomized the divisions of the Cold War. Starting Wednesday, Northeastern will hold a series…
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A Development, Democracy and Social Justice Speaker Series event featuring Marina Sitrin, Author and Activist, Global Social Justice Movements.
A Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies event featuring Fred Kaplan, Journalist for Slate, and author of New York Times bestseller and Pulitzer Prize finalist The Insurgents.
A Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies event featuring Scott Borgerson, CEO of CargoMetrics and co-founder of The Arctic Circle
A Development, Democracy and Social Justice Speaker Series event featuring, Andrew Schrank, Professor, Brown University.
A Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies event featuring Montgomery McFate, Minerva Chair, U.S. Naval War College.