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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS NEWS

Luna '14 to Intern in Beijing

After concluding his first year as a master's candidate in international security at the Josef Korbell School of International Studies at the University of Denver, David Luna '14 will spend his summer as an intern at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China. The position is one of two guaranteed internships as part of the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship, which Luna was awarded in 201...  More >>

Vasquez ’12 Forms Peace Corps Scholarship

Jade Vasquez '12 was recently featured in an article in Norwood News, a Bronx-area newspaper, for her work as a Youth Development Volunteer with the Peace Corps, in rural El Salvador. Vasquez, who was one of four members of the Classes of 2012 to have been accepted to serve in the Peace Corps, has helped establish a scholarship program to help students in El Salvador go to high school or college....  More >>

Dunn and Gress'15 Join Talloires in Cape Town

Paige Gress '15, an international relations major from Buffalo, N.Y., has been selected as the HWS student representative who will join the Talloires Network Leaders Conference, "Live Engagement, Transform Lives," taking place this December in Cape Town, South Africa. The international conference will bring together leaders of colleges and universities from around the world to exchange ideas abou...  More >>

Border Wars and Homeland Security

In his recent book "Border Patrol Nation: Dispatches from the Front Lines of Homeland Security," author Todd Miller discusses the border and immigration issues that he has researched for more than a decade. The book follows his blog "Border Wars" and pieces in The New York Times, The Nation, and Mother Jones, to name a few, describing the changing face of border patrol from firsthand encounters w...  More >>

Argentina Welcomes HWS

Eighteen students are immersing themselves in Latin American culture this semester in Mendoza, Argentina, guided by Professor of Latin American Studies, International Relations and Economics Scott McKinney P'13, who was born and raised in Peru. Nestled against the Andes, Mendoza offers students the opportunity to become fluent in the Spanish language and learn about historical and contemporary La...  More >>

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