The Ukraine scandal that led to the impeachment of President Trump brought sudden attention to Marie Yovanovitch, a decorated career diplomat who served as the US Ambassador to Ukraine until being recalled from her post last spring.
Month: February 2020
Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies convenes its fifth annual conference on America’s Role in the World® on Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6. The nonpartisan conference takes place on the IU Bloomington campus and is open to all IU students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the… Read more »
It’s no secret that the Middle East is an extremely turbulent region of the world. For American foreign policy, it’s like a whirlpool that keeps pulling us in.
In a sweeping symposium that connected geography, power, belonging, and the exchange of ideas and goods, the Hamilton Lugar School hosted four scholars of Central Asia as they shared their cutting-edge research to a diverse group of attendees.
The wave of distressing threats the world faces requires developing young people into strong and principled global leaders, said Ambassador Lee Feinstein—founding dean of the Hamilton Lugar School—during his moving keynote speech at the International Center Annual Meeting on February 5.
We like to think of the United States as a peace-loving country, but our history tells a somewhat different story. According to one calculation, we have been at war for 227 years and at peace only 16 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence.