Terrorism expert Colin Clarke, (PhD ’12), an associate political scientist at the RAND Corporation, recently shared his views about the threat of ISIS to the United States with Fox News, and The Washington Post. GSPIA Associate Professor Michael Kenney also discussed the threat of ISIS relating to the recent arrests of Islamic radicals in Great Britain with Pittsburgh Tribune Review reporter Andrew Conte. In another appearance, Kenney sat down with NightTalk host Ellis Cannon for a conversation about the United States' involvement in the war against ISIS. Read more.
The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs announces the release of the 2014 edition of GSPIA Perspectives. The year’s magazine features the School's new Energy & Environment major (E&E) while exploring the politics and policies of the worldwide energy industry. Pittsburgh is a global epicenter of one of the biggest energy revolutions of the 21st century - the shale gas boom. Read more.
With the start of the 2014-15 school year, GSPIA welcomes three new professors boasting not only impressive academic achievements but also significant professional experience. The three professors, Frank Hofmann, Jeremy Weber, and Meredith Wilf, are well equipped to provide students with a sound theoretical foundation, while sharing their practical experience from the field. Read more.