Urban Renewal in Ecuador

Ecuador's largest city, Guayaquil, has been transformed by a dramatic redevelopment effort: In 1992, the city made a serious attempt to address its problems and reverse its negative momentum. A reorganized municipal government emphasized civic campaigns designed to increase residential connection with the city. A partnership of public and...

Saddam Hussein's Ba'th Party: Inside an Authoritarian Regime

  Saddam Hussein's Ba'th Party: Inside an Authoritarian Regime   A Lecture by Joseph Sassoon  Moderated by Timothy Mitchell  Time: 12:30-2PM  Location: Knox Hall, Room 208 ~ 606 West 122nd Street, New York, NY  The Ba`th came to power in Iraq in 1968 and remained there for thirty-five years until the 2003 US-led...

Apply to Join the 2012-13 Editorial Board

   Application to the 2012–13 Editorial Board of the  Journal of International Affairs    Thank you for your interest in joining the 2012–13 Editorial Board of the Journal of International Affairs. Since 1947, the Journal has been SIPA’s flagship academic publication, giving...

Thought Leadership Forum on Authoritarian States

  The Journal of International Affairs hosted a Thought Leadership Forum on Authoritarian States to mark the launch of the fall/winter 2011 issue, “Inside the Authoritarian State,” an in-depth examination of the mechanics of authoritarian regimes and the roles these states play on the world stage. The Forum is the Journal’s signature event; it...

Call for GPPN Essays

Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) Essay Contest  The Journal of International Affairs is seeking student submissions for its semiannual GPPN Essay Contest. The author of the winning article will receive a $500 prize along with publication alongside noted scholars in the sixty-fifth anniversary edition of the Journal, one of the oldest and...

Call for Cordier Essays

 The Andrew Wellington Cordier Essay Contest    The Journal of International Affairs is seeking student submissions for its semiannual Cordier Essay Contest. The author of the winning article will receive a $500 prize along with publication alongside noted scholars in the sixty-fifth anniversary edition of the Journal, one of the...

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