A trio of Elliott School alumni talked about futile searches for oxygen, hospital beds and more.
The senator from Massachusetts spoke to politician and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams about her new book, “Persist,” Monday night.
Industry leaders discussed the ways that ethically-developed AI is solving some of the problems in the financial services, healthcare and government sectors.
APIHC closing keynote features poet and author Ocean Vuong and actor, producer and musician Arden Cho.
Howard Beales explained the potential impact of the SCOTUS decision that limited the Federal Trade Commission’s authority to recover money defrauded from consumers.
Congressman Andy Kim spoke about the future of this relationship and its implications for shaping the region and world.
GSPM fellows and former U.S. Reps. Ryan Costello and Loretta Sanchez shared personal campaign and law-making experiences in the final installment of the bipartisan series.
GW Law professor Cynthia Lee discussed the potential impact on policing and law enforcement prosecutions after the former officer was convicted of murdering George Floyd.
Celebrating GW’s 200th anniversary, distinguished women discussed the influence of GW on their careers in public service.
IPDGC panel talked about the importance of a free press in democracies.
Experts discussed reasons for U.S. actions in WWII during a Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom virtual forum.
A growing understanding of racial identity politics is shaping the way journalists cover the news, Ms. Phillip said during a Race in America lecture.
GSPM alumni spoke about the ethics of intentional inclusion as part of the 2021 Paul O'Dwyer Endowed Forum.
Tanzania’s new President Samia Suluhu has appointed Liberata Mulamula of the George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs as a member of parliament and the new ministe
El-Ghassim Wane, an expert in peace, security and governance, will lead UN efforts to oversee political processes in Mali and to stabilize the country.