Sen. Bob Casey (D-Penn.) discusses American foreign policy in Asia

Hosted by the College Democrats, International Relations Club, GU Pride and M.E.Ch.A, Senator Bob Casey (D-Penn.) spoke last night to an eager audience of mostly Pennsylvania residents and other interested Hoyas. Casey assumed office in 2007 after defeating… Read More

Georgian president’s talk in Gaston showcases reforms

In a talk Thursday morning in Gaston Hall, Georgia’s President Mikheil Saakashvili spoke about his nation’s recent and radical successes in its battle against corruption. Opting to speak without notes rather than to deliver the speech he had… Read More

Turkish envoy addresses his nation’s place in “new regional order”

Speaking to roughly one hundred Georgetown staff, students and guests yesterday in Copley Formal Lounge, Turkey’s Ambassador to the United States Namik Tan proudly defended his country’s commitment to Western values of democracy, transparency, the rule of law,… Read More

Clinton introduces National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security in Gaston Hall speech

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton chose Gaston Hall today as the venue to introduce a wide-ranging set of policies aimed to protect women and institutionalize their voices around the world. The first-ever National Action Plan on Women, Peace and… Read More

Georgetown students protest the Petraeus protesters in Red Square

Protest not, lest ye be protested. Tonight, about twenty students gathered in Red Square to condemn the protesters who interrupted General David Petraeus when he spoke in Gaston Hall last Thursday. The students, two of whom held a… Read More

Survey puts Georgetown first in international relations

Grad students rejoice! A national report (PDF), which surveyed professors teaching international relations, declared Georgetown’s graduate classes and programs in that subject to be the best there is. According to the Office of Communications: “Faculty nationwide ranked the… Read More