Dr. Hakan Yilmazkuday, Professor of Economics, is featured in PolitiFact’s article on how Florida fared economically during Governor DeSantis’s tenure. The news article can be access here.
NATO official discusses war in Europe and future threats at event co-sponsored by Green School
In the post-Cold War era, there was never as much interest in and focus on NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) until Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022 – the most serious military conflict in Europe since World War II. That historic development was amplified in comments by a top-ranking NATO official at a recent event […]
Publication: Cem Karayalcin in Brookings Institution Commentary
The Brookings Institution publishes a commentary co-authored by Cem Karayalcin, Professor of Economics at FIU, and Harun Onder, Senior Economist at World Bank (who is also a FIU economics Ph.D. alumni). The commentary, titled “Coping with climate shocks: Ecosystems versus economic systems”, can be accessed here.
Economics student Diana Baross awarded Real Triumphs graduate
Congratulations to our Econ student, Diana Baross who is the Green School’s Spring 2023 Real Triumphs graduate! The full new release can be accessed here.
Green School holds inaugural Miami Conference on Global Democracy
It’s glaringly apparent in the headlines nearly every day. Democracy is increasingly under attack throughout the world – even in countries with longstanding democratic values. Which made it especially timely for an inaugural conference, presented by the Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs at Florida International University, to address this dangerous trend. […]
FIU grad student joins USF researcher in statewide public opinion survey on abortion and gun reform
A majority of Floridians disapprove of the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, but there is little agreement about what Florida should do next when it comes to abortion policy.
Opinion | U.S. sanctions hurt our national interests — and the Venezuelan people
Green School Professors Brian Fonseca and Eduardo Gamarra recently published this op-ed in The Miami Herald. The article has been reprinted below. Now that President Biden has announced a ban on imports of Russian oil, the United States should reevaluate sanctions against Venezuela, double down on targeted sanctions against individuals and reverse broader sanctions that hurt our national interests […]
Opinion | Macho, macho man: Russia’s politics of manhood drive Putin’s invasion of Ukraine
Green School Professor Rebecca Friedman recently published this op-ed in The Miami Herald. The article has been reprinted below. In the West, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ruthless push into Ukraine is often understood in the simple terms of reductionist history: Just another Russian strongman with dreams of expanding the empire. But surely the images of thousands of […]
FIU Green School brings together international Jain scholars for historic academic conference
The Second International Conference on Science and Jain Philosophy (ICSJP) was held from 19-22 March 2021 via Zoom and streamed on Facebook Live attracting more than 10,000 delegates from 27 countries including the USA, UK, India, Tanzania, Canada, Russia. It included 45 paper presentations, a book launch and panel discussion.
A Country on the Verge: The Case for Supporting Georgia
This article first appeared on the The German Marshall Fund of the United States. By David Kramer, Ian Kelly and Alina Inayeh Preface Georgia’s path to democracy has been nothing but sinuous. Since the Rose Revolution in 2003, which marked the end of the Soviet era, the country has seen major progress, intertwined with concerning […]