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GPIS BULLETIN Volume 11, Issue 14 11-28-2016

Inside the bulletin: Events, 2-3 Internships and Opportunities, 4-8 News to Know, 9-10 Reading Corner, 11 Calendar, 12 Contact Us, 13

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Events

Increase Cross Cultural Competence at the NATO Innovation Hub workshop 29-30 Nov - Open to All - Online and Onsite

29 Nov objectives - Design the online tool in support of the expert community - Start the stock taking and sharing of cross cultural resources 30 Nov objective - Kick-start the junior experts network with university students  

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Events

Great Decisions Speaker Series

Great Decisions 2016 Topics and Speakers Great Decisions is a program developed by the Foreign Policy Association that provides the local community with a unique opportunity to learn about issues of global importance in an engaging and interactive format. Lectures are delivered by well respected experts in the foreign policy field. Great Decisions begins in January and runs for eight consecutive Saturday mornings at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach. 2017 SPRING SCHEDULE January 14. Nuclear Security. Aaron Karp (ODU)

February 11. Saudi Arabia in Transition. Debra Sushan. William & Mary

January 21. U.S. Foreign Policy and Petroleum. Greg Priddy, Eurasia Group

February 18. Trade and Politics. David Earnest. ODU

January 28. Latin America's Political Pendulum. Francis Adams. ODU

February 25. Conflict in the South China Sea. Nong Hong. Institute for China-America Studies.

February 4. Afghanistan and Pakistan. Sarwar Sultani. Fulbright Fellow. (ODU)

March 4. The Future of Europe. Clay Clemens. William & Mary 3


Internships U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Fall 2016 Multiple Sites The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate Office of University Programs sponsors a 10-week summer internship program for students majoring in homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (HS-STEM) disciplines. The program provides students with quality research experiences at federal research facilities located across the country and allows students the opportunity to establish connections with DHS professionals. It is open to undergraduate and graduate students in a broad spectrum of HS-STEM disciplines and DHS mission-relevant Research Areas. Undergraduate students receive a $6,000 stipend plus travel expenses. Graduate students receive a $7,000 stipend plus travel expenses. 10-week research experiences are offered at: Coast Guard Research and Development Center Customs and Borders Protection Engineer Research and Development Center Federal Emergency Management Agency Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Health Service Corps National Security Technologies National Urban Security Technology Laboratory Naval Research Laboratory Office for Interoperabilty and Compatibility Transportation Security Laboratory DOE National Laboratories: Argonne, Berkeley, Idaho, Livermore, Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, Pacific Northwest, and Sandia Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological / life sciences, environmental science, emergency and incident management, social sciences, and more. U.S. citizenship required Application deadline: December 7, 2016, 11:59PM EST How to Apply: Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/2595 Program Information: Detailed information about the internships can be found at http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/ For questions please email us at dhsed@orau.org.

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Internships

Internship programme Why be a United Nations intern?

If you are thinking of entering the world of diplomacy and public policy, an internship at the United Nations could be the ideal start for you. The objective of the internship is to give you a first-hand impression of the day-to-day working environment of the United Nations. You will be given a real chance to work with our people. As part of our team, working directly with outstanding and inspiring career professionals and senior management, you will be exposed to high-profile conferences, participate in meetings, and contribute to analytical work as well as organizational policy of the United Nations. Initially you will take on the amount of responsibility you can shoulder; the potential for growth, however, is yours to develop.

Can you be a United Nations intern?

Are you enrolled in a Master’s or in a Ph.D. programme, or in the final year of a Bachelor’s programme; or within one year after graduation from a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Ph.D. programme? Do you have excellent command of English or French? Are you neither a child nor a sibling of a United Nations Secretariat staff member?

Keep in mind:

• Duration: The internship programme lasts for at least two months and can be as long as six months. Once selected, you must begin your internship either prior to or within one year of graduation. • Cost: United Nations interns are not paid. All costs related to travel, insurance, accommodation, and living expenses must be borne by either the interns or their sponsoring institutions. • Visa: You will be responsible for obtaining and financing the necessary visas. • Travel: You will arrange and finance your travel to the United Nations location where you will be an intern. • Medical insurance: You will be responsible for costs arising from accidents and/or illness incurred during the internship and must show proof of a valid major global medical insurance coverage. • Confidentiality: You must be discreet and keep confidential any and all unpublished information obtained during the course of the internship and may not publish any documents based on such information. • Academic Credit: You may get academic credit from your institution of higher education for the internship. Check with your university to confirm their academic credit policy for internships. If you are interested in this internship with the United Nations, please visit the following website: • https://careers.un.org/lbw/home.aspx?viewtype=IP

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Opportunities

Postdoctoral Fellowships in Global, Comparative, or International Affairs



The Buffett Institute for Global Studies at Northwestern University invites applications for two-year postdoctoral fellowships in the study of global, comparative or international affairs. Up to three Fellows will be selected. Applications are welcome from scholars from any range of social science or interdisciplinary perspectives whose research addresses global, international, or transnational social processes, problems, governance, or conflicts.

 Fellowships will run from September 1, 2017, to August 31, 2019.

 The salary is $55,000. In addition, Fellows are eligible for $5,000 per year to fund research and conference travel, and up to $2,000 in reimbursement for allowable relocation expenses in the first year. This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position.

 Applicants must have received their PhD between January 2, 2015, and August 31, 2017.

 Application deadline is January 3, 2017, at 5 p.m. (CT).

 For a complete position description and application procedures, visit:
http:// buffett.northwestern.edu/funding-grants/buffett-postdocs.html

 Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

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Opportunities

Nuclear History Boot Camp

The Wilson Center is now Accepting Applications to the 2017 Nuclear History Boot Camp

Aimed at building a new generation of experts on the international history of nuclear weapons, the seventh-annual Nuclear History Boot Camp is an initiative of the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project (NPIHP). The continued proliferation of nuclear weapons is one of the most pressing security issues of our time--NPIHP’s Nuclear History Boot Camp is an intensive, ten-day immersion in the history of nuclear matters ranging from the evolution of nuclear technology to the origins and development of deterrence theory and nuclear strategy through the historical roots of today’s global nuclear landscape. Thematic seminars led by world-class historians and leading experts will: 1. Fully immerse participants in the world of nuclear history research, 2. Explore the international history behind today’s nuclear challenges, 3. Foster discussions of the presentations that each participant will offer based on their current research. NPIHP’s summer 2017 Nuclear History Boot Camp will be hosted by the University of Roma Tre and the Machiavelli Center for Cold War Studies (CIMA) at a former ACE HIGH NATO communications relay site in the village of Allumiere near Rome, Italy for ten days, June 15th-June 25th Participants will receive full tuition and round-trip airfare to Rome as well as accommodations and meals during the boot camp. Eligibility Specifically targeted at building a new generation of experts on the international history of nuclear weapons, the summer 2017 Nuclear History Boot Camp is open to: 1. Students enrolled in or who have been accepted to a Ph.D. program in international relations, history, political science and related fields, 2. Especially students who are working towards or considering a thesis on nuclear matters. 3. Applicants who have completed their M.A. degree and are considering a Ph.D. in any of the above fields will also be considered. For information on how to apply visit: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/nuclearhistory-bootcamp?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTlRoak0yTTBZV1ZpTUdaaSIsInQiOiJDQlpiMGo4WFwveFo3 RTlKdFRkcVZCY250VFdwVVVcL1pwTWk1TmlrVVBJWGo1Q21UR1J1QXpiSjRwTGV 0SnErcFwvTlptWjNjWnR6bnkyXC9iS3ZGeWpCamdjVXBnNlNHRFVVN291bXRQSnZ KWDg9In0%

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Opportunities International Methods Colloquium Political Methodology Roundtable Series for 2016-2017 • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Andrew Gelman, Columbia University, October 14th Sarah Bouchat, University of Wisconsin, October 21st Jacob Montgomery, WUSTL, October 28th Marc Ratkovic, Princeton University, November 4th Pete Mohanty, Stanford University, November 11th Women Also Know Stuff Roundtable (Emily Beaulieu, Amber Boydstun, Yanna Krupnikov, Melissa Michelson, Christina Wolbrecht), November 18th Gina Yannitell Reinhardt, University of Essex, February 3rd Phil Schrodt, Parus Analytics, February 10th Jane Sumner, University of Minnesota, February 17th Ines Levin, UC Irvine, February 24th Lauren Prather, UCSD, March 3rd Christopher Lucas, Harvard University, March 10th Yuki Shiraito, Princeton University, March 17th

Additional information for each talk (including a title and link to relevant paper) will be released closer to its date. The International Methods Colloquium (IMC) is a weekly seminar series of methodology-related talks and roundtable discussions focusing on political methodology; the series is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation. The IMC is free to attend from anywhere around the world using a PC or Mac, a broadband internet connection, and our free software. You can find out more about the IMC at our website, http://www. methods-colloquium.com, where you can register for any of these talks and/or join a talk in progress using the “Watch Now!” link. You can also watch archived talks from previous IMC seasons at this site. Please contact Dr. Justin Esarey if you need any more information: justin@justinesarey.com.

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News To Know Thesis and Dissertation Deadlines, Fall 2016 October 14, 2016 Doctoral dissertations and Master’s theses must be submitted electronically for review by the Arts and Letters style editors. December 2, 2016 Corrected dissertations and theses are due in the Associate Dean’s Office for final approval. December 9, 2016 Approved and completed copies of doctoral dissertations are due in the Registrar’s Office for December 2016 graduation. December 16, 2016 Approved and completed copies of Master’s theses are due in the Registrar’s Office for Fall 2016 graduation. Thesis and Dissertation Workshops, Fall 2016 Dissertation Workshop Tuesday, September 6, 2016 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., BAL 9024 Thesis Workshop Thursday, September 8, 2016 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., BAL 9024 Thesis and Dissertation Workshop WebEx Conference for Distance Learning Students Tuesday, September 6, 2016 3:00 - 4:15 p.m. You will receive the WebEx conference link when you sign up for the workshop. Thesis and Dissertation Workshop Friday, September 9, 2016 4:00 - 5:15 p.m., BAL 9002 Note: Students should plan to attend a workshop at least one semester before submitting the thesis or dissertation to the Associate Dean’s Office. Contact Deborah Giles (dgiles@odu.edu) to sign up. For more information visit: https://www.odu.edu/al/resources/graduate#tab35=2 Internships For information on internships visit https://www.odu.edu/gpis/internships Most outside announcements, jobs, internships and scholarships are not endorsed by GPIS. Graduation Deadlines For more informiation on graduation deadlines visit https://www.odu.edu/academics/graduation-commencement/graduation/graduation-candidates#tab203=2

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News To Know GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (GPIS) Course Schedule SPRING 2017 Subject to Change Time Slot

4:20-7:00 pm

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IS 702/802 CRN 22142/22143 Collective Security (Req Conflict Track) Dr. Regina Karp BAL 7009

IS 620 CRN 21395 Advanced Research Methods (Required PhD Core) Dr. Jesse Richman DIEHN 1104

IS 701/801 CRN 23689/26845 Global Change and American Foreign Policy Dr. Simon Serfaty BAL 7009

IS 606 CRN 23688 American Foreign Policy & World Order (Required Program Core) Option 1 Dr. Simon Serfaty BAL 3071

IS 720/820 CRN 24199/24200 Research Seminar: Global Security Dr. Regina Karp BAL 7009

ECON 650 CRN 20885 International Economics (Required Program Core) Dr. David Selover CONST 1064

IS 707/807 CRN 30102/30103 Power, Interdependence and Transnationalism (Req Transnationalism Track) Dr. Steve Yetiv BAL 7009

IS 713/813 CRN 21816/21817 Global Political Economy (Req IPE Track) Dr. David Earnest BAL 3069

IS 760/860 CRN 23691/23696 International Cultural Studies (Req Cultural Studies Track) Dr. Angelica Huizar BAL 7009

7:10-9:50 pm

IS 762/862 CRN 31488/31489 Game Theory Dr. Jesse Richman Bal 2061

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Rev. 10/28/16

GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (GPIS) Summer 2017 Schedule of Courses SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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IS 794/894 CRN 33338/33353 Thesis/Dissertation Prep BAL 7009 Dr. Regina Karp

IS 794/894 CRN 33338/33353 Thesis/Dissertation Prep BAL 7009 Dr. Regina Karp

IS 794/894 CRN 33338/33353 Thesis/Dissertation Prep BAL 7009 Dr. Regina Karp

IS 794/894 CRN 33338/33353 Thesis/Dissertation Prep BAL 7009 Dr. Regina Karp

STUDY ABROAD July 18- 28 IS 795/895 CRN 36836/36837 TPCS: Europe's Migration Crisis x-listed w HLSC 705/805 Dr. Regina Karp

6:00-9:30 pm May 9 – May 26 Maymester

6:00 – 10:00 pm June 26 – Aug. 5 Session 2

6:00 – 10:00 pm June 26 – Aug. 5 Session 2

Rev. 11/1/16

IS 796/896 CRN 33042/33049 Energy and Global Interdependence BAL 7009 Dr. Steve Yetiv

IS 796/896 CRN 33042/33049 Energy and Global Interdependence BAL 7009 Dr. Steve Yetiv

IS 795/895 CRN 35238/35239 TRANSNATIONAL MEDIA PRACTICES BAL 2069 Dr. Avi Santo

IS 795/895 CRN 35238/35239 TRANSNATIONAL MEDIA PRACTICES BAL 2069 Dr. Avi Santo

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Reading Corner

A Shift Towards Moscow in Europe “Eastern Europe’s Duplicitous Tango with Moscow and Brussels” James Nadeau -- Foreign Policy Association, November 18, 2016 “In Moldova’s Vote, the Real Winner Is Plahotniuc” Vladimir Solovyov -- Carnegie Moscow Center, November 18, 2016 “The Russian Plot against Europe” Alina Polyakova -- Atlantic Council, November 17, 2016 EU Foreign Policy “The EU’s Crisis of Governance and European Foreign Policy” Angelos Chryssogelos -- Chatham House, November 18, 2016 “Can Governance Trump Guns? European Security after the U.S. Elections” Mark Galeotti -- European Council on Foreign Relations, November 21, 2016 “The EU Is Thinking about Pre-Trump Sanctions on Russia” Jonathan Stearns -- Bloomberg, November 20, 2016 Trump in Japan “Trump and Shinzo Abe to Meet to Discuss Japan Security and Trade” Motoko Rich and Jonathan Soble -- The New York Times, November 17, 2016 “Abe’s Trump Test” Sheila A. Smith -- Council on Foreign Relations, November 18, 2016 Future of U.S.-Southeast Asia Relations “Engaging Southeast Asia in a Time of Flux” Amy Searight -- CSIS, November 17, 2016 “Southeast Asia Gets Trumped?” Le Hong Hiep -- Bangkok Post, November 21, 2016 Global Militarization “65 Years of Military Spending: Trends in SIPRI’s New Data” Sam Perlo-Freeman -- Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, November 21, 2016 “China’s Military Deployments in the Gulf of Aden: Anti-Piracy and Beyond” Jerome Henry -- French Institute of International Relations, November 21, 2016 Constitutional Reforms in Italy “Renzi Is Going All In on the Constitutional Referendum: What are the (Updated) Odds?” Alessio Terzi -- Bruegel, November 17, 2016 “First Brexit, Then Trump. Can Italy Avoid a Populist Uprising in Crucial Referendum?” Silvia Marchetti -TIME, November 17, 2016

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Calendar

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Colonial America and Imperial China in the 18th Century Webb 2114 2:30pm 3:15pm

GPIS Conversation BAL 7009 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Coffee with Director BAL 7009 1:00pm

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Sino-Soviet Relations and the Global Cold War Dr. Jersild BAL 9024 3:30PM

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Key: * World Affairs Council-WAC Preparing Future Faculty

Concentration Talk BAL 7009 1:00pm 2:00pm

2016 Elections Panel Discussion BAL 1012 12:20pm 1:20pm

The Inside Scoop on Publishing Learning Commons and WebEX 12:00pm 2:00pm

WorldQuest 2016 WAC HR 6:00pm

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Concentration Talk BAL 7009 1:00pm 2:00pm

GSIS/GPIS Event Center for Learning and Teaching

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GPIS Bulletin Vol. 11 No. 14  

Highlights: 1. Coffee with Professors 2. NATO Innovation Hub Event 3. World Affairs Council Great Decision 2016 Events

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