Resources

September 01, 2015

IGL Programs Brochure

Publications

This brochure provides an overview of all Institute programs as of the beginning of the 2013-14 academic year (pdf, 6mb)

August 18, 2015

2014 - 2015 IGL Student Handbook

Student Resources
September 23, 2014

EPIIC Class September 23, 2014: Mauricio Artiñano

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A Tufts University and EPIIC Class 2003-2004 alum, Mauricio Artiñano is currently a second year Masters in Public Affairs (MPA) student at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where he is concentrating on Development Studies. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations at Tufts University, Mauricio worked for The Project on Justice in Times of Transition on several peacebuilding projects in Central America and Colombia. He was then appointed Minister Counsellor for the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations during Costa Rica’s 2008-2009 term as elected member of the UN Security Council, where he worked as a thematic expert on African issues and later as Security Council Political Coordinator. 

September 18, 2014

EPIIC Class September 18, 2014: Mark Kramer

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Mark Kramer is Director of the Cold War Studies Program at Harvard University and a Senior Fellow of Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.  He has taught at Harvard, Yale, and Brown Universities and was formerly an Academy Scholar in Harvard's Academy of International and Area Studies and a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University.  Professor Kramer is the author of Crisis in Czechoslovakia, 1968: The Prague Spring and the Soviet Invasion; Soldier and State in Poland: Civil-Military Relations and Institutional Change After Communism; and three forthcoming books, Crisis in the Communist World, 1956: De-Stalinization, the Soviet Union, and Upheavals in Poland and Hungary; The Collapse of the Soviet Union; and Income Distribution and Social Transfer Policies in the Post-Communist Transition: Changing Patterns of Inequality (to be published in 2009).  He is completing another book titled From Dominance to Hegemony to Collapse: Soviet Policy in East-Central Europe, 1945-1991, which, like his earlier books on the Soviet bloc, draws heavily on new archival sources from the former Communist world.

September 16, 2014

EPIIC Class September 16, 2014: James Hershberg

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After teaching at Tufts and the California Institute of Technology in 1989-91, James Hershberg directed the Cold War International History Project (and edited the project's Bulletin) from 1991-96 before coming to George Washington University in 1997 as a professor of history and editor of the CWIHP book series co-published by the Stanford University and Wilson Center Presses. He received the 1994 Stuart Bernath Prize from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Policy.  Currently working on various case studies of U.S. communications with Cold War adversaries (Cuba, China, North Vietnam, Iran), he is a co-founder of The GW Cold War Group, a Cold War studies group at GWU for both faculty and students, and works closely with the National Security Archive, a declassified documents repository and research institute based at the University.

September 11, 2014

EPIIC Class September 11, 2014: Serhii Plokhii

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Serhii Plokhii is the Mykhailo S. Hrushevs'kyi Professor of Ukrainian History in the Department of History at Harvard University and the Director of Harvard’s Ukrainian Research Institute.  He is the author of many books related to Russia, including The Cossack Myth: History and Nationhood in the Age of Empires, Yalta: The Price of Peace, The Origins of the Slavic Nations: Premodern Identities in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, and Unmaking Imperial Russia: Mykhailo Hrushevsky and the Writing of Ukrainian History.

September 09, 2014

EPIIC Class Sept. 9, 2014: Carol Saivetz

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Carol R. Saivetz is a research associate at Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and a research affiliate at the Security Studies Program at MIT.  Saivetz has consulted for the US Government on topics ranging from energy politics in the Caspian Sea region to Russian policy toward Iran. From 1995-2005, she was the Executive Director of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. She is the author of In Search of Pluralism: Soviet and post-Soviet Politics.

June 06, 2014

China-US Symposium 2014: Foreign Media Perceptions Panel

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Seventh Annual China-US Symposium

April 17-19, 2014

Foreign Media Perceptions Panel

Ivan Rasmussen Fletcher PhD 2014
Susan Jakes Asia Society
Ying Zhu College of Staten Island
Stanley Rosen University of Southern California

Moderated by Tara Kola Tufts 2015

Closing Remarks: Wenyi He Tufts 2015

June 06, 2014

China-US Symposium: Military And Cyber Panel

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Seventh Annual China-US Symposium

April 17-19, 2014

Military and Cyber Panel
Speakers:
Ian Easton, Project 2049 Institute
Joel Wuthnow, China Security Affairs Group Greg Austin EastWest Institute
Alison Russell, Merrimack College

Moderated by Hiram Reynolds Tufts 2014

June 06, 2014

China-US Symposium 2014: China and the U.S. in Africa

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Seventh Annual China-US Symposium:
“China and the U.S. in Africa”

April 17-19, 2014

Speakers:

Amb. David Shinn George Washington University
Yun Sun Henry L. Stimson Center/Brookings Institute
Fei-Ling Wang Georgia Institute of Technology
Seifudein Adem SUNY Binghamton

Moderated by Ben Wang Tufts 2014

 

June 06, 2014

China-US Symposium 2014: David Rawson Memorial Lecture: Dr. Greg Austin

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7th Annual China-US Symposium:

April 17-19, 2014

David Rawson Memorial Lecture: Dr. Greg Austin

History of the David Rawson Lecture: Raoul Alwani Tufts 2010 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Greg Austin Professorial Fellow at the East West Institute

Introduced by Sean Gunn Tufts 2015

June 06, 2014

China-US Symposium 2014: Introductions & Panel: U.S. Pivot to Asia and Asia's Response

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7th Annual China-US Symposium:

April 17-19, 2014

Introductions and first panel: “U.S. Pivot to Asia and Asia's Response”

Introduction by Tufts University President, Anthony Monaco

Speakers:
Gary Samore Harvard University
Zhu Feng Peking University
Sung-Yoon Lee Tufts University
Shinju Fujihira Harvard University

Moderated by Youngchan Kim Fletcher MALD 2015

 

May 22, 2014

Inquiry Interiew: Lou DeBruicker

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Inquiry 2014: Democracy and Sectarianism in the Middle East and North Africa. Teacher Interview: Lou DeBruicker, Broad Ripple High School, Indianapolis, Indiana.

April 25, 2014

Synaptic Scholar 2014 Senior Presentations Program and Student Bios

Student Resources

These are the bios and project descriptions of the graduating 2014 class of Synaptic Scholars.

See more about the Synaptic Scholars program here: tuftsgloballeadership.org/programs/synaptic-scholars