GW Regulatory Studies Center Hosts Latin American Officials

October 19, 2017
Senior regulatory officers get training on best practices and countries’ reform initiatives.

Women’s Leadership Program Panel Discusses Lack of Civility in Politics

October 16, 2017
GW Trustee Cynthia Steele Vance and GSPM Director Lara Brown say a combination of factors have led to a lack of public discourse in national politics.
Kristie Kenney was the first female ambassador to Thailand and the Phillippines. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

Five Lessons in Leadership from a Career Ambassador

October 16, 2017
Kristie Kenney, a former diplomat who attained the U.S. Foreign Service’s highest rank, spoke at the Elliott School of International Affairs.

New York Times Journalists Discuss Covering President Trump

October 16, 2017
The Times executive editor and White House reporters talk about how news coverage has changed in the Trump era.
Mike Pompeo

‘Crisis of Confidence’ Plagues Intelligence Community

October 06, 2017
Experts talked about challenges facing the intelligence community at an annual public GW-CIA intelligence conference.

GSPM Hosts Panel on Current Political Discord

October 06, 2017
Current and former members of Congress lament structural changes that discourage political discourse.

Finding a Balance in Regulating Financial Markets

October 05, 2017
GW Law and Reuters host the heads of the Federal Reserve System and the CFTC in a conversation on financial regulations.

GW Staff and Students Address Sustainable Development Goals at Denmark Summit

October 04, 2017
Sustainability Collaborative staff members and graduate students were selected to participate in UNLEASH Innovation Lab.

GW Expert Discusses Federal Gun Law Prospects after Las Vegas Shootings

October 02, 2017
GSPM Legislative Affairs Program Director Steven Billet says bills will be introduced with little likelihood of passage.
Image: Chip Edelsberg

Individual Philanthropy May Be a Source of Public Power

October 02, 2017
Foundation director Chip Edelsberg says the high level of American charitable giving has complicated ramifications for the public interest.

The National Security Agency Regroups as Cyber Threats Grow

October 02, 2017
GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security hosts conference on the challenges facing U.S. cyber security.
US China event

'Mutual Respect' Is Foundation for U.S.-China Bond

September 29, 2017
Members of President Donald Trump’s cabinet met with leaders from China for a social and cultural exchange at GW.  

Somalia Moves Forward after Decades of War

September 28, 2017
GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs hosts conversation with Somali prime minister on prospects for peace and prosperity in the African nation.
capital region business forum

Leaders Discuss Jobs, Education at Capital Region Business Forum

September 27, 2017
George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc moderated the event featuring D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin.
James Clapper

North Korea Craves Attention with Nuclear Tests

September 27, 2017
James Clapper, former director of national intelligence, spoke about his career and threats facing the United States at the Elliott School.