Please join us as the 2022-23 ISD Graduate and Undergraduate Fellows present their research on cutting-edge issues in diplomacy.
Thursday, April 20, 2023
A light lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Many ISD senior staff, associates, senior fellows, and student fellows will be present for the entire colloquium.
Georgetown students, faculty, staff, and other friends of ISD are invited to attend as many of the presentations as they wish.
Please find a program for the day here. During each 30 minute segment, the fellow will present for ten minutes, the adviser will offer a brief response, and then the floor will be open for discussion with the audience. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to be in touch.
Back at the Table: Countering China’s Rising Influence in the United Nations.
Lebanese Hezbollah’s Order of Battle within the Levant: An Examination of LH’s Continued Stranglehold on Lebanon’s Foreign and Domestic Policies.
Artificial Intelligence and Alliances: Building Common Ground for Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems with Allies.
Flawed but Necessary: U.S.-Nigerian Counterterrorism Cooperation.
What’s Next for Taiwan: The Legacy of the Sunflower Movement.
How Public Diplomacy Saved the US from the End of the West: Trump, Afghanistan, and Ukraine.
Diaspora in Diplomacy: The Role of Syrian Organizations in American Policy-Making Towards Syria.