The Indiana University (IU) Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, in partnership with the Columbia-Harvard China and the World program, will host an international conference on US-China relations, featuring experts on Chinese foreign policy from IU, Harvard, Columbia, and other universities in the U.S. and internationally. The conference, part of the IU Hamilton… Read more »
IU Hamilton Lugar School to host America’s Role in the World Conference
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 »
HLS Army War College Fellow promoted to Colonel
Col. Robert McVey becomes the Hamilton Lugar School’s newest War College Fellow The Hamilton Lugar School (HLS) is one of a select number of institutions with the privilege to host fellows from the US Army War College Program, which allows Army leaders to enrich their strategic thinking in an academic setting. HLS welcomed its newest… Read more »
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 186: China commands our attention
By Lee H. Hamilton February 16, 2022 The 2022 Winter Olympics, wrapping up in Beijing, have again focused the world’s attention on China. The games have provided China with an opportunity to impress a worldwide audience and to distract attention from criticism over human rights violations and other issues. But there is rarely a time… Read more »
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 185: NATO still relevant, still facing challenges
By Lee H. Hamilton February 2, 2022 The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is the largest peacetime alliance in the world and has been arguably the most successful such alliance in history. It has had remarkable success in achieving its basic goals: containing Soviet expansion, checking the rise of nationalism and helping integrate Europe. It provides… Read more »
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 184: Defending democracy is our defining challenge
We Americans share a common faith in democracy as the best and most just system of governance. We treasure government “of the people, by the people and for the people.” With the founders, we believe that governments derive their authority from the consent of the governed.
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 183: ‘Diplomacy is back.’ Biden’s year in foreign policy
President Joe Biden took office a year ago with a promise to restore America’s role as a world leader, re-engage with allies and rebuild alliances that had frayed under Donald Trump’s “America First” approach. “America is back. Diplomacy is back,” Biden said.
HLS Student Benjamin Blythe on Malaysian Politics and Chinese Investment
Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies Master of Arts student Benjamin Blythe has published a blog article with the Council on Foreign Relations examining recent developments in Malaysia. New prime minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s ascent in the country’s political landscape is linked with evolving patterns of Chinese investment. Blythe, a graduate student… Read more »
Hamilton on Foreign Policy 182: US-Russia tensions must be managed
We had high hopes for the future of U.S.-Russian relations after the collapse of the Soviet Union three decades ago. The Cold War had ended, and Russia seemed for a time to be moving in the direction of openness and democracy. But those hopes were soon dashed.
Feinstein to step down as founding dean of IU Hamilton Lugar School
The nationally recognized policy scholar and former ambassador will lead a global advisory firm in D.C. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Lee Feinstein, founding dean of the Indiana University Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, will step down from his executive role Jan. 31, 2022. Feinstein will begin a new position as president of Washington,… Read more »
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