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News & Events
A recent graduate of our department and budding China specialist, Ashley Feng, published an article in Foreign Policy this week entitled "We Can't Tell If Chinese Firms Work for the Party."
The Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development, the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and the Office of International Affairs are hosting an event on "The Global Response to the Refugee Crisis" as part of the "Year of Immigration." There will be a panel discussion featuring:
We hope everyone had a restful and relaxing Winter break and is ready for a productive Spring semester! Please read the February Newsletter to get caught up on news from over the break and to get a sense of what the forthcoming semester has in store for the department.
The New York times continues to focus on the role of Western consulting companies in aiding authoritarian countries. In their most recent piece centered on McKinsey & Company, they again turn to Professor Calvert Jones for her insights.1 Dr.