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JD/MBA student Kiki McArthur on her global consulting trip in the UAE.

The Best of Both Worlds

JD/MBA student Kiki McArthur sees business in everything. Exploring its underlying power in society is a major goal of her coursework, after all.

Derek Chollet talks to the School of International Service's Dean Goldgeier.

Dean’s Discussion addresses Obama’s foreign policy

SIS Dean James Goldgeier discussed President Obama’s foreign policy with former US Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Derek Chollet at a Dean’s Discussion on September 6.

Audrey Kurth Cronin

SIS welcomes Audrey Kurth Cronin to faculty

This fall, the School of International Service welcomes new Professor Audrey Kurth Cronin as an expert on political violence, terrorism, and conflict. We got to know Professor Kurth Cronin a bit through a Q&A.

A fireball erupts from the south tower of the World Trade Center

4 Ways Presidential Power Has Changed Since 9/11

A new book by SPA Assistant Professor Chris Edelson shows through historic records that U.S. presidents have tested, pushed, and increasingly overstepped the limits of their emergency powers.