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The Role of the United States on the Global Stage and What this Election Could Mean for U.S. Foreign Policy: An Interview with Professor Jean Galbraith 

October 14, 2016

Penn Law Global Affairs Blog Assistant Editor and SJD Candidate Amal Sethi sits down with Penn Law Professor Jean Galbraith to discuss the role of the United States on the global stage and what this election could mean for U.S. foreign policy.

Foreign Policy, International Affairs 

United States Foreign Policy and International Women’s Human Rights: The Unfinished Business of the 21st Century 

August 8, 2016

Women’s rights often take a back seat to the security agenda, and to economic and foreign policy goals. But the world’s problems cannot be solved until women achieve equality, and their human rights are integrated into every aspect of the global agenda. The United States has failed to ratify the most comprehensive and powerful international treaty protecting women’s rights— the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)—harming U.S. credibility and holding back women worldwide.

Foreign Policy, Womens Rights 

Red State China? Why China (Sort of) Likes Trump 

August 1, 2016

Read Professor Jacques deLisle’s piece originally published on Foreign Policy Research Institute’s website.

China, Foreign Policy, International Affairs