In November, President Joko Widodo delivered his only public address in Washington, DC, at Georgetown, beginning with his vision for Indonesia and ending with a visit to the university’s mosque.
Charlie Wang (SFS'22), a technology policy researcher and alumnus, has won the 2024 Rhodes Scholarship — the second Hoya to win the oldest, most competitive international scholarship this year.
A former U.S. ambassador and SFS professor breaks down the history of panda diplomacy - and how other animals have been used as diplomatic tools.
Led by Visiting Japan Chair Dr. Adam Liff, the Georgetown SFS “Japan and the World” public event series brings together leading scholars and current…
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chính marked the 10th anniversary of a partnership between the U.S. and Vietnam and shared his vision for the country’s future during an event at Georgetown.
At the 2023 Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards, Georgetown recognized women peace leaders, including CNN anchor, journalist and war correspondent Christiane Amanpour for her uplifting of women’s voices and stories.
Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska met with Ukrainian students and addressed the Georgetown community during a visit on Sept. 21.
After announcing the acceleration of the Doomsday Clock — a symbolic time warning how close the world is to apocalypse — leaders discussed their decision with students, faculty and staff.
In recognition of its centennial, Georgetown’s MSFS program is honoring the far-reaching contributions of its alumni, including King Felipe VI, a U.S. ambassador and international affairs leaders.
Omar Alshogre is a 27-year-old undergraduate student. He’s also a former political prisoner who survived years of torture in Syrian prisons. Now, he advocates for detainees globally and on campus.