Category Archive: Graduate Program in International Affairs

Student Ejolee Mitchell Researches National Youth Policies During Turkey IFP

Ejolee Mitchell

“TOG wanted to understand the current situation of youth around the country and use my research as a reference for a National Youth Council for Turkey. [My work] help[ed] TOG understand how other countries have established National Youth Councils and National Youth Policies.”

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GPIA Professor Nina Khrushcheva Talks About Her Most Recent Book At Columbia University

GPIA Professor Nina Krushcheva will be giving a talk about her book The Lost Khrushchev: A Journey into the Gulag of the Russian Mind, at Columbia University.

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Alumna Mala Kumar Launches Book: “The Paths of Marriage”

Mala Kumar

Mala’s first book, The Paths of Marriage, is scheduled to be released on 1 October 2014. The novel is about three generations of women from 1950s India to present-day NYC, and their battles of discrimination from the outside world and from each other.

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Dr. Erin McCandles Publishes in “Building Peace”

Dr. McCandless has recently published a short piece on “Non-state Actors and Competing Sources of Legitimacy in Conflict-Affected Settings,” in the “Latest Insights” section of “Building Peace” – an online forum for peace and security hosted by the Alliance for Peacebuilding. All are encouraged to tweet and retweet about this blog – either through web-link …

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Alumna Mary E. Robbins Published in Huffington Post

Alumna Mary E. Robbins recently co-authored an article for the Huffington Post on violence against women in post world cup Rio. The article, entitled In Brazil, the World Cup Is Over But the Sexual Violence Continues, points to increasing incedence and continual patterns of rape and sexual violence in Brazil, and suggests better responses from the justice sector …

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