Gowing has been a pioneer in predicting and identifying the new vulnerability, fragility and brittleness of institutional power in the new all-pervasive public information space. He has extensive reporting experience over three decades in diplomacy, defence and international security. He also has a much sought-after analytical expertise on the failures to manage information in the new transparent environments of conflicts, crises, emergencies and times of tension.
Join us for a conversation with Ulrich Schlie, Director of the Institute for Global Leadership.
Prof. Schlie, who was at Tufts University in 2015-16 as a Professor of the Practice, previously served as the Director General for Defense and Security Policy at the German Ministry of Defense from March 2012 to April 2014. During his tenure with the Ministry, Ulrich Schlie led the development of new defense policy guidelines for the current German administration. He is a historian and has published several books on German and European foreign and security policy.
The IGL is currently in its spring funding cycle and will consider applications for internships, experiential projects, and research that fits within its purview. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis -- please follow the process (experiential projects or research or internships) th
The Fletcher School and the Institute for Global Leadership are delighted to host Public Lecture: "Iraq in 2016: Trends, Drivers and Future Vision" a lecture followed by Q&A with H.E. Dr. Saleem al-Jubouri, Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament.
Join GlobeMed at Tufts, Timmy Global Health, BUILD India, BUILD Latin America, Engineer Without Borders, Tufts Hillel, the Tufts Rwanda Trip, and the Tufts International Relations Program for a panel and workshop designed to examine our practices and impact when we do service work abroad!
Please join Tufts Friends of Israel, in partnership with the Institute for Global Leadership for, "An Evening with Benjamin Pogrund." Benjamin Pogrund is a South African-born Israeli author and journalist. He was deputy editor of South Africa's leading newspaper, the Rand Daily Mail in Johannesburg, which was closed down because of its unrelenting opposition to apartheid.