The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, is arguably the most successful national security alliance in history.
Hamilton Lugar School Programs Bridge Divide Between Classroom and Wider World
The 63rd session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women saw a group of Hamilton Lugar School students come to New York City to participate as civilian delegates and meet with stakeholders on topics such as women’s land and inheritance rights in Kenya.
Inaugural Conference Provides Compelling Opportunity to Learn About Opportunities and Challenges Facing Japan
On November 8, the Hamilton Lugar School hosted “The US-Japan Partnership in the 21st Century,” the inaugural national conference that brought together renowned experts on Japan’s politics and society to discuss its present and future from a variety of perspectives.
Hamilton Lugar School leads nation in available Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowships
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships support undergraduate and graduate students around the country, helping them develop knowledge and expertise in less commonly taught languages and cultures such as Arabic, Korean, and Ukrainian.
Hamilton on Foreign Policy #128: US-Iran Relationship is Worth Repairing
Influential and strategically located, Iran has long presented a challenge for U.S. foreign policy. We have struggled for decades to get this important bilateral relationship right, and we aren’t there yet.
Hamilton Lugar School Hosts Event to Understand the Legacy of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
On November 9, 1989, when a representative of East Germany’s governing party announced new loosened regulations that would effectively allow East Berliners to travel to West Berlin for the first time since 1961, crowds gathered at checkpoints along the Berlin Wall.
Hamilton Lugar School hosts inaugural national conference on US-Japan relations
Closing remarks by the Honorable Kenichi Okada, Consul-General of Japan in Chicago
Institute for Korean Studies Hosts Major International Conference as Part of Push for Greater Opportunities for Students
On October 25, the Hamilton Lugar School’s Institute for Korean Studies hosted After the Miracle: The Present and Future of Korea’s Economy and Society, a conference that brought together over a dozen experts to describe South Korea’s unprecedented economic growth starting in 1960 and to provide possible solutions to some of that nation’s current socioeconomic… Read more »
Hamilton on Foreign Policy #127: US-Japan Relationship is a Model
In this era of continuous conflict, it is easy to forget that not every Washington, D.C., meeting of policymakers is combative, and not every foreign-policy relationship is contentious. I’m thinking especially of Japan, with which the U.S. has had warm relations for decades.
Hamilton Lugar School to Host Major International Conference on the Past and Future of Korea’s Economy
On Friday, October 25, the Hamilton Lugar School will host After the Miracle: The Present and Future of Korea’s Economy and Society, an international conference that will bring together over a dozen experts from a variety of backgrounds to discuss the impact that South Korea’s rapid economic development has had on that nation’s society and… Read more »