The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University continues its growth as one of the largest international affairs schools in the country by welcoming Michael De Groot, Wendy Leutert and Stacey Van Vleet to its roster of nearly 120 leading scholars and practitioners.
Month: August 2019
Hamilton Lugar School announces new executive associate dean
The Indiana University Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies has appointed John H. Hanson as its new executive associate dean. Hanson, the director of the Hamilton Lugar School’s African Studies Program and Professor in the Department of History, succeeds Nick Cullather, who returns to the faculty after five years in the role.
Language Classes Enlivened By Fulbright Teachers
IU’s Hamilton Lugar School is hosting ten Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants from around the world in the 2019-2020 academic year. The FLTAs will draw on their knowledge of language and culture as they teach a variety of courses and take an active role in the HLS community.
Tang Research Foundation extends support for Department of Central Eurasian Studies
For the last three years, the Tang Research Foundation (TRF) has supported faculty and graduate student exchange programs and annual international workshops on Silk Road studies between the Department of Central Eurasian Studies in the Hamilton Lugar School at Indiana University and the Department of History at Peking University.
Hamilton on Foreign Policy #122: The Challenge of the U.S. Relationship with China
When I speak with foreign policy experts in Washington, DC, and elsewhere, the conversation inevitably turns to America’s relationship with China. And this isn’t just a concern for the elites: the question of how to manage the relationship is on the minds of ordinary citizens.
Hamilton on Foreign Policy #121: National Security Threats Require Perseverance
What tools do we have to combat the long list of national security threats facing America? Fortunately, we have many. They include military power, diplomacy and our like-minded partners, public and private, at home and abroad. The daunting challenge is to use them effectively.