2021’s Most & Least Federally Dependent States

SIPA Professor Allan Rosenbaum recently interviewed by major national media outlet. A national media organization, WalletHub, which provides expert opinion on matters of current governmental and political concern to business leaders across the country recently featured the views on intergovernmental relations in the United States of SIPA Distinguished University Professor Allan Rosenbaum. Given the series […]

A Way Forward for Venezuela: Gordon Institute Director Brian Fonseca testifies before House Foreign Affairs Committee

On March 3, 2021, Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy Director Brian Fonseca testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee’s Western Hemisphere, Civilian Security, Migration, and International Economic Policy Subcommittee. The hearing, titled “A Way Forward for Venezuela,” focused on the humanitarian, diplomatic, and national security challenges facing the Biden Administration with Venezuela. “The […]

COVID-19 casts a spotlight on global inequalities

While the global pandemic has had far-reaching effects on most people, the impact on marginalized communities in the U.S. and around the world has been disproportionate – and even more overwhelming, say FIU experts.  “Inequality has been with us for centuries. While there has been considerable progress in certain areas, we still have a really […]

COVID-19 prevention efforts have damaged the economy, say FIU experts

As part of the Dorothea Green Lecture Series and in collaboration with the Steven J. Green School of Public and International Affairs webinar focused on the impacts of the current health and economic crisis on international development throughout the world.

Green School hosts second annual lunch for Consular Corps of Miami

Consular Corps of Miami
The Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs recently hosted an honorary lunch for the Consular Corps of Miami in recognition of the group’s integral role in advancing diplomacy in the South Florida region.   Dean John F. Stack Jr. opened the event by acknowledging the destruction and lives lost after Hurricane Dorian […]

LACC and MALOKA student organization collect donations for Dorian relief

Hurricane Dorian struck the northern Bahamas as a Category 5 hurricane and stalled over the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama Island for two days. The storm destroyed more than 10,000 homes, wiping out everything in its path. At least 20 people have died and the death toll is expected to rise. FIU’s Kimberly Green Latin […]

CasaCuba receives $750,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) announced that CasaCuba has received a $750,000 matching grant, which encourages additional private support. The funding will support the architectural design phase of the state-of-the-art center that will host lectures, academic conferences, community events, and digital and physical exhibitions intended to further the study and public understanding of […]

Green School faculty publish op-ed on CNN about Venezuela

In this piece, Brian Fonseca, director of the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy; David J. Kramer, senior fellow in the Václav Havel Program for Human Rights & Diplomacy; and Frank O. Mora, director of the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center explore Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reaction to Venezuelan National Assembly speaker […]