by Lee H. Hamilton The world is seeing the effects of Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine in rising oil and natural gas prices. A much more serious impact is coming: a global food catastrophe.
Month: June 2022
Hamilton Lugar School student one of six in US to earn Annenberg Fellowship
IU Hamilton Lugar School junior, Hayleigh Keasling, not only secured a highly sought-after internship at the U.S. State Department this summer, but she is also one of six students nationally to be named a 2022 Ambassadors Walter and Leonore Annenberg Fellow of the Council of American Ambassadors (CAA). This prestigious Fellowship, most often awarded to… Read more »
International School of Indiana and HLS host second annual Language Summer Camp
ISI continues partnership with the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University for immersion camp in Indianapolis The International School of Indiana (ISI) has partnered with the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University for a second year to host the language immersion-focused summer camp June 20… Read more »
Hamilton on Foreign Policy #194: America’s Promise is Ordered Liberty
by Lee H. Hamilton American representative democracy holds out a valuable promise to the world. We can sum it up in a phrase: ordered liberty. And this promise is the essential promise of America. Our system of government offers a beacon of hope to the world with its ideal of ordered liberty. As Americans, we… Read more »
National Taiwan University leadership visit to IU strengthens academic ties
National Taiwan University (NTU) President Chung-Ming Kuan, Ph.D., and Executive Vice President Chiapei Chou, Ph.D., visited Indiana University on June 3 to discuss the institutions’ recently expanded partnership, and their new focus on Chinese language education. In Fall 2021, a $70,000 grant from the Taiwanese Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Education allowed NTU and IU… Read more »
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