What does Cassidy Phillips, a second-year student at the IU Hamilton Lugar School, recommend to students attending the 8th annual America’s Role in the World conference (ARW8) for the first time? “Pack a quiet snack that you can bust out. Don’t be like us… don’t pack chips!” Phillips says students shouldn’t be intimidated by the… Read more »
America’s Role in the World®
Republished from Indiana Daily Student The eighth annual America’s Role in the World (ARW) foreign policy conference, ‘Raising the Heat on Foreign Policy,’ will be held March 2-3, 2023 at the IU Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies and livestreamed. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, former Secretary of State John Kerry, will open the event… Read more »
The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University will host the eighth annual America’s Role in the World foreign policy conference March 2-3, 2023. The event will examine pressing global challenges to foreign policy, including the climate crisis, the future of Iran, human rights, and sustainable development. Panel discussions will convene… Read more »
Featuring Under Secretary Bonnie Denise Jenkins BLOOMINGTON, IND. – The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University will host the seventh annual America’s Role in the World conference April 6-7, 2022, a nonpartisan event convening leading experts and scholars to discuss the most pressing global affairs issues. Topics will include the… Read more »
The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University will host the seventh annual America’s Role in the World Conference April 6-7, 2022. This nonpartisan event will bring diplomats, journalists, politicians, and scholars to the Bloomington campus for collegial discussion on a diverse range of global topics. Complete event information, schedule, panel… Read more »
By Dean Lee Feinstein, as published in the Chicago Tribune This piece may be disturbing to some readers. It offers limited hope, optimism, and earnest language, with brief scenes of unity. Like many who have worked on promoting democracy around the world, I spend a lot of time these days worried about the state of our… Read more »
The military coup that has ended Myanmar’s civilian government and brought military chief Min Aung Hlaing to power is a dangerous and anti-democratic move that is very worrying to those concerned with human rights, civil rights, and the development of democracy.
Seven weeks before a new administration enters the White House, the Hamilton Lugar School’s sixth conference on America’s Role in the World® brought together a diverse range of experts and activists under the theme “Foreign Policy Begins at Home.”
At the Hamilton Lugar School’s sixth conference on America’s Role in the World®, Rohingya Burmese activist Wai Wai Nu will receive the School’s Global Voices for Change Award, given for her dedication to improving the lives of Rohingya in Myanmar, empowering marginalized women, advocating for equal rights, and enhancing mutual understanding between diverse groups.
The Hamilton Lugar School’s sixth conference on America’s Role in the World® on December 1 and 2 will host a range of policy experts, journalists, and activists as they discuss and debate some of the most consequential global issues facing the US as it transitions to a new administration.