Congratulations to 2022-2023 Niehaus Fellows Katherine Beall and Noah Zucker who will both receive awards at the 2023 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting in Los Angeles in August.
Much of the work of interstate relations is ultimately carried out by bureaucrats. Individual officers within diplomatic, military, and intelligence bureaucracies, trade and investment agencies, and international organizations play vital roles in global commerce, cooperation, and governance. Yet, despite their ubiquity in the conduct of…
Since 2016, the Sovereign Debt Research and Management Conference (colloquially known as DebtCon) has brought together academics from various disciplines; those working in the policy and intergovernmental sectors; and individuals working in the private sector to address issues of sovereign debt.
Director Helen Milner is pleased to announce that the new cohort of Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance (NCGG) fellows chosen from a large pool of applicants from all over the globe will be in residence from September 2023 through June 2024, pursuing their own research projects and contributing to the intellectual life of the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance and the Princeton School of Public and International Aﬀairs.
The International Studies Association is a leading, global, interdisciplinary association dedicated to understanding international, transnational, and global affairs. Its Annual Convention attracts academics, practitioners, and policy experts from around the world to exchange ideas and network.